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Coleridge on imagination

I. A. Richards

Coleridge on imagination

by I. A. Richards

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, -- 1772-1834.,
  • Imagination.,
  • Poetry -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMidland book -- MB25
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR 4487 I6 R5 1960
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 236 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21473751M

    Read this book on Questia. Grounded in the thought of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Romanticism and Tranascendence explores the religious dimensions of imagination in the Romantic tradition, both theoretically and in the poetry of Wordsworth and Coleridge.   Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t3cz8nq7c Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet .

    Why should anyone bother with Coleridge either as a theologian or a political theorist? At first in desperation, but now quite deliberately, Alan Gregory convincingly suggests that one should bother because Coleridge mounted an imporant critique of reductionist explanations of human society and moral agency, and because Coleridge has much regarding that important enterprise to teach us s: 1. Coleridge is only a true Romantic for a short time: but while he is, there is no one more headlong in his commitment to the Romantic faith. Coleridge and his friend Wordsworth might be said to have invented Anglo-American Romanticism, beginning with the publication of the co-authored Lyrical Ballads in Wordsworth was the more disciplined.

    Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Troubled years: Early in Coleridge had again found himself preoccupied with political issues. The French Revolutionary government had suppressed the states of the Swiss Confederation, and Coleridge expressed his bitterness at this betrayal of the principles of the Revolution in a poem entitled “France: An Ode.”. Coleridge writes frequently about children, but, unlike other Romantic poets, he writes about his own children more often than he writes about himself as a child. With particular reference to “Frost at Midnight” and “The Nightingale,” how can Coleridge’s attitude toward children best be.


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Coleridge on Imagination [Constable, John, Richards, I. A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Coleridge on ImaginationCited by: Your last book is Biographia Literaria (), Coleridge’s stab at a coherent theory of the imagination. Leslie Stephen said it was “put together with a pitchfork”, “without form or proportion” (‘Coleridge’, ).

The ideas of _Symbolic Imagination_ are presented out of themselves as much (if not more than) out of Coleridge, which seems to me the book's intent. This is not a book about Coleridge and only Coleridge; it is a book about symbolism, if symbolism from out of how Coleridge explored the idea, presented both theoretically and practically.5/5(1).

Coleridge describes primary imagination as the “mysterious power” which can extract “hidden ideas and meanings” from objective data. Secondary Imagination: The primary imagination is universal and possessed by all.

The secondary imagination makes artistic creation possible. It requires an effort of the will and conscious effort. Get an answer for 'Imagination in Coleridge's theory is divided into 3 types: Primary, Secondary and Fancy. Discuss them in his poem "Kubla Khan." ' and find homework help for other Kubla Khan.

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Coleridge’s Philosophy of Imagination. February 1, In Kubla Khan, Samuel Coleridge depicts the great Mongol ruler Kubla Khan creating a palace representative of his great power and ability to induce fear. But near the end of the poem Coleridge reveals that Kubla is.

Coleridge on imagination. Bloomington, Indiana University Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: I A Richards.

The distinction made by Coleridge between Fancy and the Imagination rested on the fact that fancy was concerned with the mechanical operations of the mind while imagination on the other hand is described the mysterious power.

“The Primary Imagination” was for Coleridge, the “necessary imagination” as it makes images and impressions of. Coleridge on Dreaming Romanticism, Dreams and the Medical Imagination.

Get access This book is the first in-depth investigation of Coleridge's responses to his dreams and to contemporary debates on the nature of dreaming, a subject of perennial interest to poets, philosophers and scientists throughout the Romantic period.

exploration of Author: Jennifer Ford. Description. Samuel Taylor Coleridge intended Biographia Literaria to be a short preface to a collection of his poems, Sibylline Leaves ().

However, it quickly expanded into a two-volume autobiography, mixing memoir, philosophy, religion and literary theory, and was heavily influenced by German criticism, the evaluation and interpretation of literature.

Coleridge stressed the role of imagination. He distinguished between “ primary ” and “ secondary ” imagination.

He described “ primary imagination ” as a fusion of perception.3/5(1). Coleridge and Contemplation is a multi-disciplinary volume on Samuel Taylor Coleridge, founding poet of British Romanticism, critic, and author of philosophical, political, and theological works.

In his philosophical writings, Coleridge developed his thinking about the symbolizing imagination, a Author: Peter Cheyne. The unifying thrust of the book is an exploration of the tension in Coleridge's theory and practice between the Imagination and the Natural, and a delineation of the particular profile of Coleridge's imagination as compared to that of Wordsworth.

There are challenging reassessments of Dejection: an. Furthermore, Coleridge put an accent on the difference between imagination and fancy. In fact, while imagination was the creative power of poetry, fancy was just a new way to talk about something 5/5(1).

Coleridge on Imagination. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. abstract activity Adonis Associationism become Biographia Biographia Literaria Carveth Read chapter cloud Coleridge Coleridge's theory conception consciousness critical theories criticism described discussion distinction doctrine.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge is the premier poet-critic of modern English tradition, distinguished for the scope and influence of his thinking about literature as much as for his innovative verse. Active in the wake of the French Revolution as a dissenting pamphleteer and lay preacher, he inspired a brilliant generation of writers and attracted the patronage of progressive men of the rising middle.

is a platform for academics to share research papers. Coleridge On Imagination And Fancy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The book begins, however, with the most famous arrival in literary history.

Having walked from Nether Stowey to Racedown, the West Dorset home of the Wordsworths, Coleridge leaps over the gate and bounds through the field to where William and Dorothy are working in their garden.Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Biographia Literaria For Coleridge, it was the Imagination that was responsible for acts that were truly creative and inventive and, in turn, that identified true instances of fine or noble art.

The distinction b/w Fancy and the Imagination:File Size: 88KB.This chapter examines major statements of Wordsworth and Coleridge on the faculty of imagination to elucidate that for both writers ‘imagination’ designates an active, productive, and non-representational mental process that should give access to forms of experience not available to habitual modes of reading and perception.

This conception of imagination has its roots in the philosophical Author: Alexander Schlutz.