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Short Analysis of Coleridge's Poems about Romanticism

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Short analysis of Coleridge's poems about romanticism, that include references to victorian and other contexts.

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Literature Romanticism Poetry Romantic poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge British poetry Irvingites Kubla Khan Sublime The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Romantic poetry William Wordsworth
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Literature Romanticism Poetry Romantic poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge British poetry Irvingites Kubla Khan Sublime The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Romantic poetry William Wordsworth
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These ideals were reflected in the works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poems ‘Kubla Khan’ and ‘Night of the Ancient Mariner’. It is evident therefore that writers in the romantic time period would have their work influenced by revolutionary ideals at that time. French philosopher Jean Rosseu supports this, critiquing “I am not made by anyone I have seen, I dare believe that I am not made like anyone in existence. If I am not superior at least I am different, “and therefore further showing the romantic individuality ideals during t...
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