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A selective list of online literary criticism and analysis for the nineteenth-century English Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, with links to reliable biographical and introductory material and signed, peer-reviewed, and scholarly literary criticism.
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Text for "Christabel," "Constancy to an Ideal Object," "Dejection: An Ode: and other poems by Coleridge. Published by , a project of magazine.
- - -. A review of a new edition aimed at students. 19 (2000).
Ib. sc. 3. This low soliloquy of the Porter and his few speeches afterwards, I believe to have been written for the mob by some other hand, perhaps with Shakspeare's consent; and that finding it take, he with the remaining ink of a pen otherwise employed, just interpolated the words
Kooy, Michael John. A review of by Rosemary Ashton. .
Ib. sc. 2. Now that the deed is done or doingnow that the first reality commences. Lady Macbeth shrinks. The most simple sound strikes terror, the most natural consequences are horrible, whilst previously every thing, however awful, appeared a mere trifle; conscience, which before had been hidden to Macbeth in selfish and prudential fears, now rushes in upon him in her own veritable person: