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Juvenile poems. Sibylline leaves - Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Google книги
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Like this: Like Loading His depression and addiction had led to estrangement from his family and so, in April , he went to live under the care of Dr James Gillman in Highgate. Gillman treated Coleridge with some success and the poet remained in North London for the rest of his life producing a huge amount of work until his death in One might see the disorganised qualities of the Biographia and the Sibylline Leaves as deriving from these various complications.
But I think this would be wrong, too reductive and biographical an analysis. How large and multitudinous can be seen if we consider a single, celebrated line from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. This great poem had first appeared in Lyrical Ballads.
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In that edition, Coleridge used deliberately archaic forms of spelling which resulted in a bemused response from critics. One phrase he altered was this, which everyone remembers from their childhood lessons on alliteration:. This is much weaker, lacking the poetic force of the original.
Coleridge had abandoned poetic effect for scientific and observational accuracy. In Biographia Literaria, Coleridge recalls that when he and Wordsworth were discussing their respective contributions to Lyrical Ballads, " But Coleridge did, in this instance at least, sacrifice beauty for truth when he was elsewhere arguing for the opposite.