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British writer Richard Holmes, a biographer of Coleridge, is also the author of The Age of Wonder, about science in the Romantic era, and Falling Upwards, about the history and science of ballooning.Who Said Science and Art Were Two Cultures? - Issue 108: Change|Kevin Berger|November 17, 2021|Nautilus
Like a great tabloid headline, The Adventuress by N.D. Coleridge promises a lurid story that spares no detail.
The Adventuress By N.D. Coleridge A social-climbing seductress sleeps her way to the top of society.
As late as 1816, Samuel Coleridge had noticed that “we have now a READING PUBLIC,” the capitalization all his.
Coleridge demanded that they no longer call themselves "philosophers."
“He was terribly angry in perfectly passive way,” Coleridge explained in perfect British understatement.
They have not the musical flow of Coleridge's versification, but rather the dash and vivacity of Scott.
Indeed, I do not think that Coleridge made any alteration in the poem since its composition in 1797 and 1800.
The success of his imitation of Coleridge's style is proved by the indignation of your correspondent.
Dr. Coleridge "considered it to be a contagious nervous disease, the acme or intensest form of which is catalepsy."Second Edition of A Discovery Concerning Ghosts|George Cruikshank
Coleridge used to say that he had seldom known or heard of any great man who had not much of the woman in him.Select Speeches of Daniel Webster|Daniel Webster