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By C. Stokes

Traversing the subjects of language, terror and illustration, this is often the 1st examine to interact Coleridge in the course of the chic, displaying him to have a compelling place in an ongoing dialog approximately finitude. Drawing on shut readings of either his poetry and prose, it depicts Coleridge as a philosopher of 'the restrict' with modern force.

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