Poetical Works, Band 2

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Princeton University Press, 15.10.2001

Poetry in its many guises is at the center of Coleridge's multifarious interests, and this long-awaited new edition of his complete poetical works marks the pinnacle of the Bollingen Collected Coleridge. The three parts of Volume 16 confirm and expand the sense of the Coleridge who has emerged over the past half-century, with implications for English Romantic writing as a whole. Setting new standards of comprehensiveness in the presentation of Romantic texts, they will interest historians and editorial theorists, as well as readers and students of poetry. They represent a work of truly monumental importance.

The second part presents the same 706 poems as the first, in the same chronological sequence, but differently records in each case all known textual information in collated form--allowing for alternative construals of the reading texts. An additional 135 items are inserted into the same sequence, comprising poems mistakenly ascribed to Coleridge or of dubious authenticity and poems that remained only in the planning stage or that are referred to but have not been recovered. The index of titles and first lines incorporates the full range of variants.

All told, the Collected Coleridge variorum sequence collates over a third more additional texts--in more detailed and accurate form--than those found in the previous standard edition, by E.H. Coleridge. The presentation method in this second part will interest editorial theorists as well as those interested primarily in Coleridge and/or the making of poetry. The unusually detailed textual information also reveals changes in such areas as linguistic and grammatical usage, patterns of transcription and circulation among anthologists, and contemporary publishers' house styles.

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221 EPITAPH ON A BAD MAN
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227 EPITAPH ON AN INSIGNIFICANT
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111 2
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The rt reproduces the untitled ms exactly except for
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1828 wm 1827 Transcript in an unknown hand
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B TEXTS
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38 PR 2 Or moan of oceangale in
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251 TO DELIA
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488 LAVATORIAL LINES
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B TEXT
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3 The two parts of the line are written beneath
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497 EPIGRAM ON MAULE AND MATHER
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David Erdman includes the poem as a Highly conjectural
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501 THE KING OF THE NORTH COUNTRIE
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502X3 REMORSE PRINTED VERSION
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The Rt reproduces the M Post text exactly except
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B TEXT
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1 For Cs introduction to the lines see vol
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cochsure of the follow holown
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275 AFTER BATHING IN THE SEA
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61 say 62
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A SAPPHIC
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285 PASTORAL FROM GESSNER
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288 LINES ON THE BREEZE AND HOPE
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77 I spake with rash Despair
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near
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14 2 sight
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294 THE DAY DREAM
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295 SONNET TO ASRA
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298 A VERSION OF A NURSERY RHYME
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home Carth
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309 ON THE CURIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE
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1 1 father confessor 1 and holy 2 1
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6 1 2 wealths I lord 2 Lord
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317 FROM AN OLD GERMAN POET
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321 WESTPHALIAN SONG
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333 THREE LINES ON LOCH LOMOND
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ye or
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340 PATRIOTIC STANZAS
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340X1 LINES WRITTEN AT EITHER
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350 DESCRIPTION OF THE SUN SETTING IN
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360 CLOSING LINES IN NOTEBOOK 21
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B TEXT
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B TEXT
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371 LINES REWRITTEN FROM SANNAZARO
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381 LINES ON A DEATH
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383 ON DEATH AT PISA
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FROM THE 93D SONNET OF FULKI GRE VILLE THE
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ACCOMPANYING GREEK LESSONS
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title Part of Ms 1 is torn or worn
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the uninspired Hebrew Writers an Apologue or Rabbinical Tradition
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398 WRITTEN AT COLEORTON
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405 PARODY EPITAPH ON TOM NAVEL
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407 ALLEGORICAL DESCRIPTION
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408 THREE LINES ON PENITENCE
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Included in EOT CC m 307 as a
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416 IMITATIONS OF DU BARTAS ETC
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401 The groaning world now learns to read aright
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The rt reproduces the untitled ms exactly
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426 A LINE FROM A LOST POEM?
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B TEXTS
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4 6 8 etc The rt shows
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B TEXT
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434 ON A HAPPY HOUSEHOLD
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439 LATIN ELEGIACS ON GUY FAWKES
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444X1 SEVEN CANCELLED LINES
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446 ADELPHAN GREEK RIDDLE
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B TEXT
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450 THREELINE FRAGMENT
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456 COUPLET WRITTEN IN AUTUMN 1809
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B TEXT
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464 FURTHER LINES ON TRANQUILLITY
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467 THE VISIONARY HOPE
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469 HUMOROUS LINES SPRING 1810
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474 TRANSLATION OF A GOETHE EPIGRAM
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SC copied the verses into her BL notebook VCL
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While Donne whose Muse on Dromedary trots
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1 a mark
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484 FRAGMENTARY LINES ON CHANGE
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AntiJacobins New Morality of 1798
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503 COUPLET ON LESBIAN LOVERS
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triumphs stablished Justice on her throne and taught that heaven
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513 MOTTO FOR A TRANSPARENCY
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516 Revisions of Southeys Roderick 1133
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517X2 NAPOLEON
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The pt reproduces the untitled BL text exactly omitting
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A DITHYRAMBIC ODE
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528 LINES HEADED ORPHEUS
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2 ms Renders Doth
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B TEXT
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538 LINES FOR AN AUTOGRAPH HUNTER
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547 COUPLET ON THE HEART
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B TEXT
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553 EPIGRAPH VERSES FOR THE FRIEND
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1818?
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557 DISTICH WRITTEN IN FEBRUARY 1819
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559 BEARETH ALL THINGS
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565 THE TEARS OF A GRATEFUL PEOPLE
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The Rt reproduces the text of the pamphlet inserting
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571 MUSIC
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574 FIRST ADVENT OF LOVE
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576 ADAPTED
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578 FIRESIDE ANACREONTIC
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1 ms Williamy
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a Madrigal
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26 PR 1 turn C deleted the comma
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B TEXT
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592 YOUTH AND AGE
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A long leavetaking
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HE DEEPLY REGRETTED The collection is curious because
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Whitten p 64
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WW tr Aeneas am I wheresoer I go
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600 TO MISS JONES OR MISS A
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The rt reproduces the untitled AR text 1825 and
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607 THE THREE SORTS OF FRIENDS
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9 Of a The words are very faint indeed
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613 LINES TO ELIZA
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617 ADAPTATION OF MARSTON
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626 THOU AND I
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14 etc The rt reproduces the pattern of indentation given
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631 ΕΡΩΣ ΑΕΙ ΛΑΛΗΘΡΟΣ ΕΤΑΙΡΟΣ
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633 Thohid in spiral myrtle Wreath 1273
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1274 633 Tho hid in spiral myrtle Wreath
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635 Tis not the lily brow I prize
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3 2 Start 5 2 all 6 2
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The rt reproduces the untitled ms exactly except for
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4 catalogue Amalet
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B TEXT
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651 THE NETHERLANDS
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48 3 Go tell him łam well at home
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Go
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note in TT 27 Dec 1831 CC 1
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663 DONNE BY THE FILTER
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title PW 1834 PHANTOM OR FACT?
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674 AN EXTEMPORE COUPLET
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owner when a child The text contains a
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B TEXT
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684 KIND ADVICE AND INVITATION
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self
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696 LINES ON LADY MARY SHEPHERD
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C also made singleword corrections on pp 1617
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ADDENDA
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433A LINES TO CHARLOTTE BRENT
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