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"Kubla Khan." "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner." "The Eolian Harp." Samuel Taylor Coleridge was a genius who wrote some of the greatest poems in the history of the English language. Together with his friend William Wordsworth, he provided the best articulation of Romanticism, as well as some of the most powerful examples of that aesthetic. This collection, from the excellent Everyman's Library Pocket Poets series, includes not only Coleridge's poetry, but also some selections from his insightful essays and letters about poetry. But of course, it's the poems that count the most, as evidenced by this excerpt from one of Coleridge's less legendary works, his beautiful tribute "To William Wordsworth," which was written after hearing his friend give an especially moving reading. These sentiments could easily apply to the author himself: "The tumult rose and ceased: for Peace is nigh / Where Wisdom's voice has found a listening heart."From the Publisher:
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Book Description Everyman Ltd, 1963. Condition: Good. This book has hardback covers. Ex-library, With usual stamps and markings, In good all round condition. Dust Jacket in good condition. Seller Inventory # 3802004
Book Description EVERYMAN'S¿LIBRARY, 1974. HRD. Condition: Good. Condition:Very good, No Dust jacket, almost new. Seller Inventory # a13883
Book Description Dent, 1974. Hardback. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st thus. ~ No ownership marks. Dustwrapper faded on spine but unclipped. Beer's introduction is 28pp. Size: xxxvi, 372pp. Seller Inventory # TT0082
Book Description Everyman's Library (Dent/Dutton), GB, 1974. Hardback. Condition: VG+. Dust Jacket Condition: VG- Pc DW. Derek Collard (DW) (illustrator). New Introduction (1st thus). Larger late format. Black cloth lettered in gold on spine only with double rule at top and has Anchor-Fish logo above EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY at spine bottom. Orange pictorial DW has Anchor-Fish logo on spine over Dent/Dutton. Rear cover states A FEW OF 500 AUTHORS. Code on rear flap is (3/74).Book is in very good plus condition with very minor signs of wear and/or age. Slight edge spotting. Price clipped DW has minor mark to front cover and is a bit worn. Seller Inventory # EveryL 0043.74