This volume contains much of Coleridge's poetry, the complete `Biographia Literaria', substantial extracts from other prose works, and a generous sampling of his more informal writings.
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John Beer's work on Coleridge includes two books, Coleridge the Visionary and Coleridge's Poetic Intelligence, the editing of a collection of essays, Coleridge's Variety, and the preparation of an edition of Aids to Reflection for Coleridge's Collected Works. He is also general editor of the series Coleridge's Writings and has written on a variety of other authors, including Blake, Wordsworth and E.M. Forster.
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