• Title: Coleridge's Writings: On Shakespeare
  • Author: E.S. Shaffer
  • ISBN: 9780333606933
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Coleridge s Writings On Shakespeare The series of Coleridge s Writings makes use of the full range of the new Coleridge scholarship of the past years and this volume is a major new selection and ordering of Coleridge s essential cri
    The series of Coleridge s Writings makes use of the full range of the new Coleridge scholarship of the past 50 years, and this volume is a major new selection and ordering of Coleridge s essential critical writings on Shakespeare and his contemporaries, and on his individual plays An up to date text, introduction and notes display Coleridge s penetrating and imaginative iThe series of Coleridge s Writings makes use of the full range of the new Coleridge scholarship of the past 50 years, and this volume is a major new selection and ordering of Coleridge s essential critical writings on Shakespeare and his contemporaries, and on his individual plays An up to date text, introduction and notes display Coleridge s penetrating and imaginative insights as one of the foremost critical achievements of the English Romantic movement, as well as an important voice in the European revaluation that raised him to the highest rank of world literature.

    One Reply to “Coleridge's Writings: On Shakespeare”

    1. This edition of Coleridge's writings and thoughts on Shakespeare, while obviously a labor of love for the editor, is not really a pleasurable read. More useful to the scholar than to a casual reader seeking insight into Shakespeare.I say this because the entries are not really shaped into a cohesive narrative. Little bits and pieces of marginalia written by Coleridge find their way into the book along with larger selections and many other odd bits.Some of the entries begin with things like "He s [...]

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