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The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Volume 1

By Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Table of Contents
  • Coleridge's Literary Remains
  • Preface
  • the Fall of Robespierre
  • Poems
    • "Julia was blest..."
    • "I yet remain..."
    • to the Rev. W. J. Hort 1
    • to Charles Lamb
    • to the Nightingale
    • to Sara
    • to Joseph Cottle
    • Casimir
    • Darwiniana
    • "The early year..."
  • Count Rumford's Essays
  • Epigrams
    • on a Late Marriage between an Old Maid and a French Maître
    • on an Amorous Doctor
    • "There comes from old Avaro's grave..."
    • "Last Monday all the papers said..."
  • to a Primrose
  • on the Christening of a Friend's Child
  • "Hoarse Maevius reads..."
  • Inscription by the Rev. W. L. Bowles...
    • Translation
  • Introduction to the Tale of the Dark Ladie
  • Epilogue to the Rash Conjuror
  • Psyche
  • Complaint
  • Reproof
  • an Ode to the Rain
  • Translation of a Passage....
  • Israel's Lament...
  • Sentimental
  • the Alternative
  • the Exchange
  • What is Life?
  • Inscription for a Time-Piece
  • A Course of Lectures
    • Prospectus
    • Lecture I ­ General Character of the Gothic Mind in the Middle Ages 1
    • Lecture II ­ General Character if the Gothic Literature and Art. 1
    • Lecture III. The Troubadours ­ Boccacio ­ Petrarch ­ Pulci ­ Chaucer ­ Spenser
    • Petrarch
    • Luigi Pulci
    • Chaucer
    • Spenser
    • Lecture VII. Ben Jonson, Beaumont and Fletcher, and Massinger
    • Ben Jonson 1
    • Beaumont
    • Fletcher
    • Massinger
    • Lecture VIII. Don Quixote. Cervantes.
    • Summary on Cervantes
    • Lecture IX ­ On the distinctions of the witty, the droll, the odd and the humourous; the nature and constituents of humour; ­ Rabelais ­ Swift ­ Sterne.
    • Rabelais 1
    • Swift 1
    • Sterne
    • Lecture X. Donne ­ Dante ­ Mlton ­ Paradise Lost
    • Donne 1
    • Dante
    • Milton
    • Notes on Milton 1
    • Lecture XI ­ Asiatic and Greek Mythologies ­ Robinson Crusoe ­ Use of Works of Imagination in Education 1
    • Notes on Robinson Crusoe 1
    • Lecture XII ­ Dreams ­ Apparitions ­ Alchemists ­ Personality of the Evil Being ­ Bodily Identity
    • Note 1 June, 1827.
    • Notes 1 March, 1824.
    • Note on a passage in The Life of Henry, Earl of Morland. 20th June, 1827.
    • Lecture XIII ­ on Poesy or Art
    • Lecture XIV ­ on Style
  • Notes on Sir Thomas Brown's Religio Medici 1
  • Notes on Junius
  • Notes on Barclay's Argenis 1
  • Note in Casaubon's Persius
  • Notes on Chapman's Homer.
  • Note in Baxter's Life of Himself
  • Fragment of an Essay on Taste
  • Fragment of an Essay on Beauty
  • Poems and Poetical Fragments
  • Omniana
    • The French Decade
    • Ride and Tie
  • Jeremy Taylor
    • Criticism
    • Public Instruction
    • Picturesque Words
    • Toleration
    • War
    • Parodies
    • M. Dupuis
    • Origin of the Worship of Hymen
    • Egotism
    • Cap of Liberty
    • Bulls
    • Wise Ignorance
    • Rouge
    • Hasty Words
    • Motives and Impulses
    • Inward Blindness
    • The Vices of Slaves No Excuse for Slavery
    • Circulation of the Blood
    • Peritura Parcere Chartæ
    • to Have and to Be
    • Party Passion
    • Goodness of Heart Indispensable to a Man of Genius
    • Milton and Ben Jonson
    • Statistics
    • Magnanimity
    • Negroes and Narcissuses
    • An Anecdote
    • The Pharos at Alexandria
    • Sense and Common Sense
    • Toleration
    • Hint for a New Species of History
    • Text Sparring
    • Pelagianism
  • The Soul and its Organs of Sense
  • Sir George Etherege, etc.
  • Evidence
  • Force of Habit
  • Phoenix
  • Memory and Recollection
  • Aliquid ex Nihilo.
  • Brevity of the Greek and English Compared
  • The Will and the Deed
  • The Will for the Deed
  • Sincerity
  • Truth and Falsehood
  • Religious Ceremonies
  • Association
  • Curiosity
  • New Truths
  • Vicious Pleasures
  • Meriting Heaven
  • Dust to Dust
  • Human Countenance
  • Lie Useful to Truth
  • Science in Roman Catholic States
  • Voluntary Belief
  • Amanda
  • Hymen's Torch
  • Youth and Age
  • December Morning
  • Archbishop Leighton
  • Christian Honesty
  • Inscription on a Clock in Cheapside
  • Rationalism is not Reason
  • Inconsistency
  • Hope in Humanity
  • Self-Love in Religion
  • Limitation of Love of Poetry
  • Humility of the Amiable
  • Temper in Argument
  • Patriarchal Government
  • Callous Self-Conceit
  • a Librarian
  • Trimming
  • Death
  • Love an Act of the Will
  • Wedded Union
  • Difference Between Hobbs and Spinosa
  • The End May Justify the Means
  • Negative Thought
  • Man's Return to Heaven
  • Young Prodigies
  • Welch Names
  • German Language
  • the Universe
  • Harberous
  • an Admonition
  • To Thee Cherubim and Seraphim Continually Do Cry
  • Definition of Miracle
  • Death, and Grounds for Belief in a Future State
  • Hatred of Injustice
  • Religion
  • The Apostles' Creed
  • a Good Heart
  • Evidences of Christianity 1
  • Confessio Fidei
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