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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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If the voice that is heard in the later poetry is a more labouring one, it is one that remains true to Coleridge's great themes. The role of imagination was always hard to come to terms with: sometimes it seemed to have acted as a dangerous and elusive will-o-the-wisp, sometimes it seemed to have been no less than ""the vision and the faculty divine"." John Beer-Editor
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1985. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110192541897