Biographia Literaria, or, Biographical Sketches of My Literary Life and Opinions - Chapter X - XI Summary & Analysis

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Chapter X - XI Summary and Analysis

Coleridge describes pedantry as the use of unsuitable words. Language appropriate for use in the market is not appropriate for use in the school room and he sees this as an issue in poetry.

For a while Coleridge wrote for a list of subscribers. These were a series of pamphlets. He did not see what difference it made if they gave the money to a bookseller or to the government. He developed the list of subscribers from traveling around England and lecturing.

Coleridge was Unitarian and began a campaign against other religions. His first attack was again a Calvinist in Birmingham. From there he went to Manchester where he met with different people and told them of his experiences. He traveled to other English cities relating his experience. This is how he develop his subscription...

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