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Coleridge and the Idea of Friendship, 1789-1804

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This book analyzes Coleridge's male friendships during the 1790s. It shows the poet's experience of relationship is structured by and contributes to contemporary debate about friendship. Examination of Coleridge's epistolary relations with Poole, Southey, Lamb, Lloyd, Thelwall, Wordsworth, and Godwin demonstrates that each friendship negotiates issues of relationship discussed throughout English culture of this period.

Coleridge and the Idea of Friendship, 1789-1804 2002, University of Delaware Press

ISBN-13: 9780874137415

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