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Exploring Coleridge's involvement with modern circles, this publication extends from his years in Bristol and Cambridge, less than the effect of medical Jacobins and Unitarians, via to the time of his highbrow authority, and his concepts at the Victorian Church and American transcendentalism. His artistic reception of German inspiration and the symbiosis obvious in his friendships with such writers as Wordsworth, Lamb and De Quincey, and scientists akin to Humphry Davy and J.H.Green, make up the imperative sections of the e-book.

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