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 Coleridge, HartleyCollier, Jeremy 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
(b. Ottery St. Mary, Devonshire, October 21st, 1772; d. Highgate, July 25th, 1834). “The Fall of Robespierre” (1794), “Poems” (1794), “Conciones ad Populum” (1795); “The Ancient Mariner” (1798); “The Friend” (1812); “Remorse” (1813). “Christabel” (1816), “Biographia Literaria” (1817); “Lay Sermons” (1816–17); “Zapolya” (1818); “Aids to Reflection” (1825); “Table Talk” (1835); and “Remains” (1836). See the “Life” by Gilman (1838); the “Reminiscences” by Cottle (1847); and edition of “Poems and Dramas” (1878); H D. Traill’s Biography in the English Men of Letters series; Hall Caine’s Biography (1887); “Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Romantic School,” by Alois Brandl, translated by Lady Eastlake (1887). For Criticism, see Shairp’s “Studies in Poetry,” Swinburne’s “Essays and Studies,” Hazlitt’s “English Poets,” Hunt’s “Imagination and Fancy,” Quarterly Review for 1868, Westminster Review for 1868, etc. See also Carlyle’s “Life of Sterling,” Coleridge’s own “Biographia Literaria,” “Specimens of Coleridge’s Table Talk,” Lamb’s “Letters,” Chorley’s “Authors of England,” and Stopford Brooke’s “Golden Book of Coleridge” (1895). “Letters,” edited by E. Hartley Coleridge (1895).   1

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