May 11, 2021
Ancient Mariner; Kubla Khan and Christabel
Posted by Samuel Taylor Coleridge Tuley Francis Huntington

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  • Title: Ancient Mariner; Kubla Khan and Christabel
  • Author: Samuel Taylor Coleridge Tuley Francis Huntington
  • ISBN: 9780548711422
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ancient Mariner Kubla Khan and Christabel This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing s Legacy Reprint Series Due to its age it may contain imperfections such as marks notations marginalia and flawed pages Because

    Jonfaith

    He went like one that hath been stunn d,And is of sense forlorn A sadder and a wiser manHe rose the morrow mornThis last week certainly left me sadder and wiser, eager to peer out Deleuze s window but resigned to the work and joy which keep me planted Coleridge served as an exemplary anchor as I was tossed by the Fates There is always concern, often some comfort Too often, to be ethical, one is an asshole I have often felt like the Rime s wedding guest, you can t just outpace the implications Th [...]


    Ian Lepine

    The musicality of Christabel is quite remarkably The poem is written in iambic tetrameters with a fixed rhyme scheme, but it doesn t sound sing songy Somehow Coleridge is able to give the poem its correct atmosphere without having rhyme ruin it in a way that reminds me of 18th century translations of Epic poems Speaking specifically of Christabel, whoever, I was rather taken aback by the ending Not quite sure what that was even now.


    Isabel

    I love Christabel I never thought that a literary work, never imagined that the written word could inspire so much fear and wonder in a reader like myself The tale of Christabel is seductive and at the same time horrific such a combination, as i have witnessed in what for me is Coleridge s finest work, produces the fantastic, wonderful, and sublime.


    Mirta

    Most important titles are included here.


    Angel Blue

    lovely poems


    Michelle

    I ll be the first to admit that I m not a poetry fan anyway, but ew.



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