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The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Vol I (of II)

Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834)

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Transcriber's Notes: Words in Greek in the original have been transliterated and placed between plus signs. Words surrounded by underscores are in italics in the original. Characters superscripted in the original are enclosed in {braces}.There are diacritical accents in the original. In this text, they are represented as follows: [)a] = "a" with a breve [=a] = "a" with a macron [)e] = "e" with a breve [=e] = "e" with a macron [)i] = "i" with a breve [=i] = "i" with a macron [)o] = "o" with a breve [=o] = "o" with a macron [)u] = "u" with a breve [=u] = "u" with a macron [)y] = "y" with a breve [=y] = "y" with a macron [=ae] = "ae" ligature with a macron over both vowels [=ea] = "ea" with a macron over both vowels [=ee] = "ee" with a macron over both vowels [=oo] = "ou" with a macron over both vowels [=ou] = "ou" with a macron over both vowelsWhere the diacriticals appear as symbols, they are represented by the name of the symbol or symbols enclosed in brackets as in the following examples: [breve] [macron] [macron breve] [macron breve macron]Some words and phrases have a line drawn through them in the original. These struck out words are enclosed in brackets with asterisks like this: [these words are struck through]Other Transcriber's Notes follow the text.THECOMPLETE POETICAL WORKSOFSAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGEINCLUDINGPOEMS AND VERSIONS OF POEMS NOW PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIMEEDITEDWITH TEXTUAL AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTESBYERNEST HARTLEY COLERIDGE M.A., HON. F.R.S.L.IN TWO VOLUMESVOL. I: POEMS[Illustration]OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 1912PREFACEThe aim and purport of this edition of the Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge is to provide the general reader with an authoritative list of the poems and dramas hitherto published, and at the same time to furnish the student with an exhaustive summary of various readings derived from published and unpublished sources, viz...