Marginalia: Collected Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Princeton Univ Pr, Jul 1, 1980 - Literary Criticism
In his introduction to this edition of Coleridge's Marginalia, the late George Whalley wrote: "There is no body of marginalia--in English, or perhaps in any other language--comparable with Coleridge's in range and variety and in the sensitiveness, scope, and depth of his reaction to what he was reading." This first volume comprises annotations on 73 books by 53 authors, including Jakob Böhme's Works, Robert Anderson's British Poets, Southey's Annual Anthology, the Athenaeum of the Schlegels, Marcus Aurelius' Meditations, Barclay's Argenis, Richard Baxter's Reliquiae Baxterianae, plays by Beaumont and Fletcher, various editions of the Bible, several books by Joseph Blanco White, two editions of Sir Thomas Browne, and Pilgrim's Progress.
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