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  • Page 5 and 6: ENGLISH MEN OF COLERIDGE BY H. D. T
  • Page 7 and 8: PREFATORY NOTE. IN a tolerably well
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  • Page 12 and 13: CONTENTS. CRITICAL PERIOD. CHAPTER
  • Page 15 and 16: COLERIDGE. CHAPTEE I. Birth, parent
  • Page 17 and 18: i.] BOYHOOD AND SCHOOL-DAYS. 3 thro
  • Page 19 and 20: i.] CHRIST'S HOSPITAL. 5 out guile.
  • Page 21 and 22: i.] CHRIST'S HOSPITAL. 7 " deep and
  • Page 23 and 24: I.] CAMBRIDGE. 9 from the poet's sc
  • Page 25 and 26: j-j CAMBRIDGE. conceivable that the
  • Page 27 and 28: i.] BRISTOL. 13 There is abundant e
  • Page 29 and 30: i.] AT BRISTOL. 15 interesting than
  • Page 31 and 32: i.] CAMBRIDGE. 17 he said, nor Demo
  • Page 33 and 34: CHAP, ii.] BRISTOL LECTURES. 19 of
  • Page 35 and 36: ii.] MARRIAGE. 21 action, and perha
  • Page 37 and 38: ii.] LIFE AT CLEVEDON. 23 have been
  • Page 39 and 40: n -, EARLY POEMS. spring not of a m
  • Page 41 and 42: IL] EARLY POEMS. 27 clothing. They
  • Page 43 and 44: ii.] EARLY POEMS. 29 Yes; in 1796 a
  • Page 45 and 46: ii.] THE WATCHMAN. 31 be published
  • Page 47 and 48: .] THE WATCHMAN. 33 have been the e
  • Page 49 and 50: XL] THE WATCHMAN. 86 almost like a
  • Page 51 and 52: ,,.j RETIREMENT TO STOWEY. 37 the p
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    CHAPTER III. Coleridge and Wordswor

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    IIL] COLERIDGE AND WORDSWORTH. 41 g

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    in.] COLERIDGE AND WORDSWORTH. 43 t

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    IIL] THE LYRICAL BALLADS. 45 For th

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    in.] LYRICAL BALLADS. 47 sustain, c

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    in.] LYRICAL BALLADS. 49 labelled "

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    in.] THE ANCIENT MARINER. 51 twelve

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    in.] THE ANCIENT MARINER. 53 have b

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    in.] THE ANCIENT MARINER. 55 thing,

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    in.] CHRISTABEL. 57 spell thrown ov

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    in.] CHRISTABEL 59 be quoted hereaf

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    in.] KUBLA KHAN. 61 odd lines, to p

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    in.] DECLINE OF POETIC IMPULSE. 63

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    in.] COLERIDGE'S POETIC WORK. 65 th

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    in.] HIS POETIC WORK. 67 developed

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    in.] HIS POETIC WORK. 69 solely fro

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    CHAP. iv.]. VISIT TO GERMANY. 71 wh

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    iv.] IN GERMANY. 73 Young Parry's a

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    iv.] RETURN TO ENGLAND 75 next day

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    iv.] LONDON. 77 pieces is the well-

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    iv.] COLERIDGE AS JOURNALIST. 79 vi

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    iv.J COLERIDGE AS JOURNALIST. 81 th

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    iv.] COLERIDGE AS JOURNALIST. 83 ta

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    iv.] COLERIDGE AS JOURNALIST. 85 pe

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    iv.] REMOVAL TO THE LAKES. 87 healt

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    CHAP, v.] LIFE AT KESWICK. 89 aware

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    v.] GRETA HALL. 91 activity was not

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    v.] OPIUM -EATING. 93 tion of body

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    v.] OPIUM -EATING. 95 The " effusio

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    v.] DEJECTION. 97 utterance has bee

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    v,] DEJECTION. 99 We in ourselves r

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    v.] RESTLESSNESS. 101 place in his

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    v.] INCREASING RESTLESSNESS. 103 se

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    v.] VISIT TO MALTA. 105 be relied o

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    CHAP, vi.] STAY AT MALTA. 107 the w

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    vr.] IN ITALY. 109 to the flesh tha

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    vi.] RETURN TO ENGLAND. Ill tyrant

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    vr.] UNHAPPY CONDITION. 113 communi

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    vi.] MRS. COLERIDGE. 115 The passio

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    vi.] HIS FAMILY. 117 attachment to

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    VL] MEETING WITH DE QUINCEY. 119 Th

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    vi.] HIS LECTURES. 121 and exhausti

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    CHAPTER VII. Return to the Lakes Fr

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    vii.] RETURN TO THE LAKES. 125 and

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    vii.] THE FRIEND. 127 interest in s

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    vii.] THE FRIEND. . 129 publication

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    VIL] THE FRIEND. 131 designed to "

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    CHAP. viii.J LONDON AGAIN. 133 scan

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    viii. ] LONDON AGAIN. 135 cause to

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    viii.] THE COURIER ARTICLES. 137 Fr

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    vni.] THE COURIER ARTICLES. 139 emp

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    viii.] PRODUCTION OF REMORSE. 141 m

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    viii.] AT BRISTOL AS LECTURER. 143

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    viii.] RESIDENCE AT CALNE. 145 writ

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    VIIL] AT CALNE. 147 biographer can

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    VIIL] ILL-HEALTH AND EMBARRASSMENT.

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    viii.] AT MR. GILLMAN'S. 151 permit

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    CHAPTEK IX Life at Highgate Renewed

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    ix.] RENEWED ACTIVITY. 155 it its o

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    ix.] PUBLICATIONS AND REPUBLICATION

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    ix.] LAY SERMONS. 159 the constant

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    ix.] THE LECTURES OF 1818. 161 the

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    ix.] THE LECTURES OF 1818. 163 roun

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    ix.] AS SHAKESPEARIAN CRITIC. 165 t

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    ix.] AS SHAKESPEARIAN CRITIC. 167 y

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    CHAPTEE X. Closing years Temporary

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    x.] CLOSING YEARS. 171 ject is a ma

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    x.] CLOSING YEARS. 173 ing margins

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    x.] CLOSING YEARS. 175 pupil, Mr. G

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    x.] RENEWAL OF MONEY TROUBLES. 177

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    X.] THE AIDS TO REFLECTION. 179 ual

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    x.j VISIT TO GERMANY. 181 Keats. "

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    CHAPTER XL Coleridge's metaphysics

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    XL] METAPHYSICS AND THEOLOGY. 185 o

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    XL] METAPHYSICS AND THEOLOGY. 187 s

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    xi.] METAPHYSICS AND THEOLOGY. 189

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    XL] MR. GREEN'S SPIRITUAL PHILOSOPH

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    XL] MR. GREEN'S SPIRITUAL PHILOSOPH

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    XL] MR. GREEN'S SPIRITUAL PHILOSOPH

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    CHAP. XIL] POSITION IN LATER YEARS.

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    xii.] CARLYLE'S PICTURE. 199 would

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    xii.] COLERIDGE'S DISCOURSE. 201 al

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    XIL] COLERIDGE'S DISCOURSE. 203 way

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    xii.] COLERIDGE'S DISCOURSE. 205 Yo

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    XIL] INFLUENCE ON CONTEMPORARY THOU

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    XIL] FINAL REVIEW. 209 wortfehUmvej

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    xii.] FINAL REVIEW. 211 more willin

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    214 COLERIDGE. great 175 desire to

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    216 COLERIDGE. Eve of St Agnes (Kea

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    218 COLERIDGE. Visionary Hope, 95 V

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