By Valerie Purton
This chronological account of the lifetime of Samuel Taylor Coleridge is outfitted up from modern records, together with the letters and journals of the author and of his friends and family. Maps, a genealogy and an index are integrated besides over 50 biographical sketches of the Coleridge circle. The growth of the writer's schooling, analyzing, friendships and highbrow pursuits is thoroughly adumbrated and the publication presents a whole historical past to the genesis of the literary paintings. in addition to descriptions of the genesis of Coleridge's significant works, a juxtaposition is made up of the writer's perspectives with these of Wordsworth. Valerie Purton has co-written "Poems through Brothers: A research of George Clayton Tennyson and Charles Tennyson D'Eyncout", and released articles in "A.R.I.E.L. and Prose reviews" and "The Dictionary of British girls Writers".
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M. so that they can watch the sun set over Longstone Hill. WW has been reading Shelvocke's Voyages in which he reports the presence of albatrosses in the latitude of Cape Horn. WW soon realises that the subject is more STC's than his. ] STC sends three mock sonnets to the Monthly Magazine, under the name of Nehemiah Higginbottom; they parody his own early poetic style and that of Lamb and Lloyd. December 7 STC writes to Southey to deny that the second Higginbottom sonnet, T o Simplicity', pokes fun at him.
17 Dr Crompton visits STC in Darley and offers to help him open a day school in Derby. STC provisionally agrees but is free to change his mind if something better turns up. 19 On his way home from Derby, via Burton and Lichfield, STC visits Thomas Hawkes in Moseley near Birmingham. He stays more than a week and is introduced to the young poet Charles Lloyd, son of a banker. September STC and Mrs C are together in Bristol. STC, not expecting his wife to give birth for three more weeks, goes back to Birmingham to com- 1796 25 plete plans with Charles Lloyd's father for the young man to move in with him as a private pupil.
STC abandons his trip to Liverpool and hurries to be with her, having collected the 1000 subscriptions he needs. 13 Reaches Bristol. 22 Writes to Cottle that he is forced to 'write for bread' while hearing Sara's 'groans and complaints and sickness'. In London meanwhile, Josiah Wade is drumming up support for the Watchman, with the help of STC's old school friend, Robert Allen. March 1 (Tues) First issue of the Watchman. Nine subsequent issues appear at intervals of about eight days (to avoid the government's weekly stamp-tax).
A Coleridge Chronology by Valerie Purton