1. Coleridge states his name is popular in spite of which of the following?
(a) The fact that he is so unpopular.
(b) The problems he has failed to overcome.
(c) The distance he places between himself and the world.
(d) The world's hatred for him.
2. Coleridge feels it is necessary to address which of the following?
3. How old was Coleridge when he was first published?
4. What did Coleridge publish first?
(a) A novel.
(b) A poem in a magazine.
(c) An anthology of short stories.
(d) A book of poems.
5. What does Coleridge admit openly about his poems?
(a) They make him wealthy.
(b) They have faults.
(c) They are near perfect.
(d) They are important.
6. Which of the following does Coleridge admit he is unable to accept?
7. Coleridge refers to Poems of Various Subjects as being which of the following?
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