Samuel Taylor Coleridge

NOUN
  1. English romantic poet (1772-1834)
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  • And I owe much of my further understanding of Voltaire through his face to an essay invitingly titled Voltaire's Grin by Richard Holmes, the "total immersion" biographer whom I've praised before -- mostly for his work on the interlinked poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth. David Tereshchuk: French Claim for Origins of Investigative Journalism
  • The first citation for the word "ideation" in the sense of "creation of new ideas" in the Oxford English Dictionary is from the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Week in Words
  • Her sensitive awareness to subtle natural effects were such that Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William's friend and fellow poet, considered her to be the equivalent of a perfect "electrometer" -- a "fragile piece of gold" able to measure tiny changes in electrical pulses. Friend, Soulmate and Sister
  • In considering William Wordsworth's sonnet "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" and Samuel Taylor Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, the essay investigates the virtues and vices of ambience, as opposed to a more Burkean, "maximalist" view of the natural world. Abstracts
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge said in the introduction to his epic poem Kubla Khan that he had ‘heard’ the whole thing in an opium-induced slumber.
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