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Issue: 065, 21/01/29 p. 33-34
Heading: State of the Literary Market in England. From Mr. H. C.---n to M. Ladvocat, au Palais Royal
Category: Literature Travel Philosophy Craniology
Topic: [A mildly satirical account of books which sell in England, as compared with France. Books on metaphysics are more popular in France. H. C. had consequently asked a number of eminent and/or infamous persons if they would like to write a book on the human mind. H. C.`s letter to Ladvocat contains the answers he received including the reply in full he received from De Quincy]
Person: LADVOCAT, M. DE QUINCY, O. COPLESTONE, Dr. (Bishop of Llandaff) SMITH, Horace MORISON, (Hygenist) COLERIDGE BELSHAM, (Unitarian preacher) LAWRENCE (Painter)
Signed: H. C. , Mr.
Issue: 072, 11/03/29 p. 159, Section: Popular Literature
Heading: Romantic, Para 5
Category: Rivers Literature Mythology
Topic: The Chasm River. [Coleridge poem, meant to be read immediately after the paragraph "Picturesque" -- "Scene in the Blue Mountains", p.158-159]
Issue: 116, 09/01/30 p. 17
Heading: The Westminster Review.--Writings of Coleridge
Category: Philosophy Political Economy Literature Periodicals
Topic: [The Athenaeum writer objects to an article in the "Westminster Review". The latter article claims (and the Athenaeum article quotes with derision) that "Mr.Coleridge is a Benthamite in his poetry; a Utilitarian; a `greatest happiness` man", while "in his prose; there he is not his own man...". The Athenaeum finds such a neat division between works of prose and poetry implausible and asks, "Can such a critic have any idea of a human being as a complex, but homogeneous whole?" It goes on to defend the worth of Coleridge`s prose writings, though it implies they may be too demanding for the "honest but conceited man, who writes in the Westminster Review"]
Person: COLERIDGE MILL BENTHAM AESCHYLUS PLATO LUTHER SHAKESPEARE MILTON VIDOCQ CAGLIOSTRO PITT
Source: Westminster Review Coleridge: Biographia Literaria Shakespeare: Merchant of Venice Coleridge: Christabel Edinburgh Review
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