Coleridge; studies by several hands on the hundredth anniversary of his death
edited by Edmund Blunden and Earl Leslie Griggs.
Folcroft Library Editions
Written in English.
Table of Contents
|Coleridge, G. H. B. Biographical notes; being chapters of Ernest Hartley Coleridge's unpublished Life of Coleridge.|
|Blunden, E. Coleridge and Christ's Hospital.|
|Eagleston, A. J. Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the spy.|
|Morley, E. J. Some contemporary allusions to Coleridge's death.|
|Wilkinson, C. H. A note on some early editions of Coleridge.|
|Haney, J. L. Coleridge the commentator.|
|Harper, G. M. Gems of purest ray.|
|Beeley, H. The political thought of Coleridge.|
|Muirhead, J. H. Metaphysician or mystic?|
|Snyder, A. D. American comments on Coleridge a century ago.|
|Griggs, E. L. The death of Coleridge: an unpublished letter from Mrs. Henry Nelson Coleridge to her brother.|
Includes bibliographical references.
Reprint of the 1934 ed. published by Constable, London.
|Dewey Decimal Class||821/.7, B|
|Library of Congress||PR4483 .B6 1973|
The Physical Object
|Pagination||viii, 243 p.|
|Number of pages||243|
|LC Control Number||73009668|
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Physical copy, local WorldCat
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