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Patterns of consciousness; an essay on Coleridge.

Author: Richard Haven
Publisher: [Amherst] University of Massachusetts Press, 1969.
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The pattern which I see in Coleridge's work is one which appears in his prose as well as in his poetry, and a substantial part of this book is devoted to a consideration of the development and character of some of his speculative ideas. I have not, however, included any comprehensive discussion of Coleridge's published prose works per se, and the reader will find that, while I have drawn on the published prose in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Haven, Richard, 1924-
Patterns of consciousness.
[Amherst] University of Massachusetts Press, 1969
(OCoLC)569893659
Named Person: Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Haven
ISBN: 0870230484 9780870230486
OCLC Number: 19261
Description: ix, 215 pages 24 cm

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The pattern which I see in Coleridge's work is one which appears in his prose as well as in his poetry, and a substantial part of this book is devoted to a consideration of the development and character of some of his speculative ideas. I have not, however, included any comprehensive discussion of Coleridge's published prose works per se, and the reader will find that, while I have drawn on the published prose in various ways, I have relied much more heavily on notebooks, marginalia, and letters. - Preface.

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