Author:Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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Samuel Taylor Coleridge
(1772–1834)
English poet, critic, and philosopher who was one of the founders of the Romantic Movement in England and as one of the Lake Poets
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The principal works of Coleridge listed below are identified from The Bibliography of Coleridge: a bibliographical list arranged in chronological order of the published and privately-printed writings in verse and prose of Samuel Taylor Coleridge by Richard Herne Shepherd, as revised by William Francis Prideaux.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Works[edit]

Poetry collections[edit]

Poems[edit]

Drama[edit]

Translations[edit]

comprises "The Piccolomini" and "Death of Wallenstein"
  • A Hebrew dirge: chaunted in the Great Synagogue, St. James's Place, Aldgate, on the day of the funeral of Her Royal Highness, the Princess Charlotte (1819), by Hyman Hurwitz

Other works[edit]

  • The plot discovered; or, An address to the people, against ministerial treason (1795) (external scan)
  • Conciones ad populum. Or, Addresses to the people (1795) (external scan)
  • A moral and political lecture delivered at Bristol (1795) (external scan)
  • The Watchman (1796) (external scan)
contains the 10 issues of a short lived political publication
primarily by Robert Southey but containing multiple contributions from Coleridge.
Contains the 28 weekly editions of a short-lived paper produced by Coleridge

Contributions to Omniana, or Horæ Otiosiores, by Robert Southey[edit]

Contributions to Periodicals[edit]

  • "The Cambridge Intelligencer", 1794-1795
  • "The Morning Chronicle", 1794-1795
  • "The Monthly Magazine", 1796-1797
  • "The Morning Post", 1798-1802
  • "The Courier", 1807-1811
  • "Blackwood’s Magazine", 1819-1822

Works about Coleridge[edit]

About his works[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.