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Anima poetae

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Anima poetae

from the unpublished note-books of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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Published by W. Heinemann in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes indexes

Statementedited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge
ContributionsColeridge, Ernest Hartley, 1846-1920
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR4472 .C62 1895
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 331 p. ;
Number of Pages331
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14637173M

Wouldst be happy, take the delayer for thy counsellor; do not choose the flyer for thy friend, nor the ever-remainer for thine enemy. Astonishingly, the poem's spell doesn't seem to weaken over the years. I continued gazing at it for some time, when, turning suddenly round, I [48] saw at an equi-distance on my right, that is, over the middle of our field, a pair of kites floating about. Hero was here When I originally learned this one, it was with a paper milk carton. There is something suspicious about the new couple because the woman looks unusually young for her age, and has possibly stopped aging. Sunday, December 19 Remember the pear trees in the lovely vale of Teme.

Dear William, pardon pedantry in others, and avoid it in yourself, instead of scoffing and reviling at pedantry in good men and a good cause and becoming a pedant yourself in a bad cause—even by that very act becoming one. I think it was PKD who said, "It is sometimes an appropriate response to reality to go insane. Yes, we could have gone into Cartesian doubt here, but I didn't. But I moved the nightcap and I lost it. Two brothers in this country fought in the mourning coach, and stood with black eyes and their black clothes all blood over their father's grave. I have been reading Barrow's treatise "On the Pope's Supremacy," and have made a note on the L'Estrangeism of his style whenever his thoughts rendered it possible for the words to be pert, frisky and vulgar—which, luckily, could not be often, from the gravity of his subjects, the solidity and appropriateness of his thoughts, and that habitual geometrical precision of mind which demanded the most appropriate words.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. A clue! Where do you end up? The hollowness and impiety of the argument will be felt by considering that, suppose a universal happiness, a perfection of the moral as well as natural world, still the whole objection applies just as forcibly as at this [37] moment. The cock-crowing too has ceased. Our responsibilities in these matters will vary with the degree of freedom which we are permitted to have.


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Hazlitt to the feelings of anger and hatred, phosphorus—it is but to open the cork and it flames—but to love and serviceable friendship, let them, like Nebuchadnezzar, heat the furnace with a sevenfold heat, this triune, Shadrach, Meshach, Abed-nego, will shiver in the midst of it.

The wind blows through a tiny hole in the chip, and sometimes she puts her finger on it, and feels the wind. But how far is this state produced by pain and denaturalisation?

The sky is cloudless, save that there is a cloud on Skiddaw, one on the highest mountains in Borrowdale, some on Helvellyn, and that the sun sets in a glorious cloud. If it be false, as assuredly it is, the opinion has deprived us of a test which every man might apply. This I wrote on Friday morning, forty minutes past three o'clock, the sky covered with one cloud that yet lies in dark and light shades, and though one smooth cloud, by the dark colour, it appears to be steppy.

A good act is one that proceeds from a good motive, uses good means, and is followed by good consequences insofar as these can be determined in advance.

Change of Perspective[ edit ] The first half of the novel revolves around Olive, while the second half switches to a series of love letters sent by Megan to her boyfriend.

It either stupefies me, and I, perhaps, look at a merry-make and dance-the-hay of flies, or listen entirely to the loud click of the great clock, or I am simply indifferent, not without some sense of philosophical self-complacency.

People outside the classroom liked it, and soon the playwiths started spawning more pages, and I had a website. O dearest William! Coleridge died in Vol 1: No Immediate Danger the first half of Carbon Ideologies is basically broken into three major commonents: 1.

The differences are striking. There is something suspicious about the new couple because the woman looks unusually young for her age, and has possibly stopped aging. I showed my colleagues the things they should do when building pages, courteous and practical stuff like providing a date-created, a date-last-revised, a contact address, and adding a counter.

They are fuel to the sacred fire—in the empyrean it may burn without fuel, and they who do so are seraphs. In the next two months, I cleaned up the tatty design, ditched a lot of boring stuff, added photos and a great deal of new material, and here it is.

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