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This volume of previously unpublished and uncited letters presents a remarkable, often moving, and extraordinary image of the Coleridge family during Samuel Taylor Coleridge's youth, particularly between 1772 and 1793, when the writer reached twenty-one. Revealing the strength of a family suffering repeated losses, James Engell's edition offers a new, frank, yet sympathetic account of Coleridge's life and the formation of his character. Anyone concerned with Coleridge and his contemporaries, English Romanticism, or social history, particularly of the eighteenth century, will be interested in this important volume.
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"A direct source of information about young Coleridge from the time of his birth to his arrival at Jesus College, Cambridge."--The Keswick Reminder
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