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Poetic Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Summary: Samuel Taylor Coleridge, is considered one of the world's finest romantic poets along with Shakespeare. He has captured the imaginations and hearts of readers with timeless works such as "Kubla Khan", "Christabel" and "The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner."
The eighteenth century poet, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, is considered one of the world's finest romantic poets along with Shakespeare. He has captured the imaginations and hearts of readers with timeless works such as "Kubla Khan", "Christabel" and "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner." The effectiveness of his poems is truly recognised when analysing them in greater detail, looking at tone, poetic devices and Coleridge's frequent allusion to nature.

Coleridge had an evident fascination with nature. He often secluded himself in country villas, under the boughs of trees where he could let himself become emersed in nature and write. In fact, it was in a garden-bower that Coleridge composed "This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison", a controversial poem written when the author was injured and confined to this bower. The Composer takes us on a journey, with his friends, through his imagination. The poem consists of three stanzas each reflecting...

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