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  1. Coleridge fue padre de Hartley Coleridge, de Sara Coleridge y de Derwent Coleridge, y abuelo de Herbert Coleridge, de Ernest Hartley Coleridge y de Christabel Coleridge. Fue tío de John Duke, primer Barón de Coleridge. La poetisa Mary Coleridge era familiar suyo, aunque no descendía de él.

  2. Letters Of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Volume 2| Ernest Hartley Coleridge (Discussion Papers)|Mark P. Hampton, The Secret Of Heroism: A Memoir Of Henry Albert Harper|William Lyon Mackenzie King, Hell's Gate: Death In Karachi|Nick Bentley, Stochastic Differential Equations On Manifolds (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series)|K.

  3. Early life. Coleridge was born at Greta Hall, Keswick. Here, after 1803, the Coleridges, Robert Southey and his wife (Mrs. Coleridge's sister), and Mrs. Lovell (another sister), widow of Robert Lovell, the Quaker poet, all lived together; but Coleridge was often away from home; and Uncle Southey was a paterfamilias.

  4. Biografia Giovinezza. Samuel Taylor Coleridge nacque il 21 ottobre 1772 a Ottery St Mary, piccolo villaggio tra le colline del Devon. Il padre di Samuel, il Reverendo John Coleridge (1718–1781), era un rispettatissimo vicario e Anne Bowden (1726–1809).

  5. 18/11/2021 · Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born on 21 October 1772 in the rural town of Ottery St Mary, Devonshire, England, and was the tenth and youngest child of Ann Bowdon Coleridge and John Coleridge. His father, John, was born in 1719 and was sent to the Crediton Grammar School until the age of 15, when money troubles within the family meant he needed to seek employment.

  6. 26/02/2016 · Silence turns the self into a wanderer just as Coleridge imagines that his son Hartley will “wander like a breeze.” Just as clouds imitate the landscape, Coleridge’s metaphor turns his son into the world he will inhabit. In the poem’s imagined future, Hartley becomes like the animating wind racing across mountains and shores.

  7. Samuel Taylor Coleridge is the premier poet-critic of modern English tradition, distinguished for the scope and influence of his thinking about literature as much as for his innovative verse. Active in the wake of the French Revolution as a dissenting pamphleteer and lay preacher, he inspired a…