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by Joseph Cottle


Sundry letters from Mr Southey to Joseph Cottle. Ever and anon, a pamphlet issued from the pen of Burke. There was no need of having the book before us; Coleridge had read it in the morning, and in the evening he would repeat whole pages verbatim

Sundry letters from Mr Southey to Joseph Cottle. 150. Mr Southeys rhyming letter from Lisbon. 167. Mr Southey and Wat Tyler. There was no need of having the book before us; Coleridge had read it in the morning, and in the evening he would repeat whole pages verbatim. Встречается в книгах (82) с 1834 по 2007. Стр. 14 - that these Lectures are intended for two classes of men, Christians and Infidels ;- the former, that they may be able to give a reason for the hope that is in them ; - the latter, that they may not determine against Christianity from arguments applicable to its corruptions only.

This is the most redeeming letter Samuel Taylor Coleridge ever penned

This is the most redeeming letter Samuel Taylor Coleridge ever penned. A callous heart could not have written it. A Christian, awaking from his temporary lethargy, might. The incidents connected with the lives of Mr. Coleridge and Mr. Southey, are so intimately blended, from relationship, association, and kindred pursuits, that the biography of one, to a considerable extent, involves that of the other.

Joseph Cottle (1770–1853) was an English publisher and author. Cottle started business in Bristol. He published the works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey on generous terms. He then wrote in his Early Recollections an exposure of Coleridge that was, at the time, severely criticised and generally condemned. He was the brother of Amos Simon Cottle but did not receive his classical education; he was for two years at the school of Richard Henderson.

Excerpt from book: he read this Poem. to me, it was with so much jocularity as to convince me that, without bitterness, it was designed as a mere joke. In conformity with my determination to state occurrences, plainly, as they arose, I must here mention that strange as it may appear in Pantisocritans, I observed at this time a marked coolness between Mr. Coleridge and Robert Lovell, so inauspicious in those about.

Pintisocracy and Robert Lovefl. 182. Mr Coleridges character of Mr Southey. 188. Sundry letters from Mr Southey to Joseph Cottle. 199. George Dyer and a ludicrous incident. 2. Mr Sonthey and Mr Burnet arrive in Bristol. 205. 221. Mr Coleridges letter on the Trinity.

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Published in 1847 by Joseph Cottle (1770–1853), this work recounts his relationship with Coleridge and Southey, whom he first met in 1794 as a successful bookseller in Bristol

Published in 1847 by Joseph Cottle (1770–1853), this work recounts his relationship with Coleridge and Southey, whom he first met in 1794 as a successful bookseller in Bristol. Cottle went on to finance a number of the Romantic poets' publications, including Wordsworth and Coleridge's Lyrical Ballads (1798), which is seen as marking the start of Romanticism.

Reminiscences of Samuel .has been added to your Cart. This is an interesting picture of Coleridge, warts and all. Cottle knew him well, and his 'set' It's good to read a bio of a long ago poet and literary eminence by a contemporary unsullied by 2 centuries of academic analyses. Cottle's writing style is very easy and a pleasure to read; and Coleridge is a great subject.

Fenrikasa
This is an interesting picture of Coleridge, warts and all.
Cottle knew him well, and his 'set'
It's good to read a bio of a long ago poet and literary eminence by a contemporary unsullied by 2 centuries of academic analyses.
Cottle's writing style is very easy and a pleasure to read; and Coleridge is a great subject.
Kelezel
I liked this rendition, it is a first person pov and being historical in nature, well, if you like that sort of thing as I do and the import of these gentlemen is known to you, then dig in!
Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey ebook
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Joseph Cottle
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