Coleridge Bulletin

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The Coleridge Bulletin, published twice yearly, is sent to members of the Friends of Coleridge. Articles are made available online three years after the publication of the printed version.

Editor: Graham Davidson gcdd@blueyonder.co.uk

Reviews' Editor: Jeffrey Barbeau jeffrey.barbeau@wheaton.edu

Click here to see an index of Bulletin articles published 2013-16

Click here to see an index of most recent Bulletin articles 

New Series 45, Summer 2015

Jim Mays - Reading Alice du Clos, and for the birds
Paul Cheshire - Shakespeare Milton: Coleridge's Psychomachia
Murray Evans - Sublime Hermeneutics in Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit
Nigel Dodd - T S Eliot, Coleridge and Shakespeare's Richard II
Sally West and Jen Davis - 'Witchery by daylight': Christabel unbound
Daniel Weeks - Coleridge: Nationhood and the Limits of Collective Memory

The Kyoto Conference on Coleridge and Contemplation
Emily Holman and Dillon Struwig - Coleridge and Contemplation in Kyoto
Roger Scruton - Imagination and Truth: Reflections after Coleridge

Reviews

Warren Oakley on Great Shakespeareans, ed. Rawson, Holland, Paulin & Poole
Jeffrey Barbeau on Private Lives of the Ancient Mariner, by Molly Lefebure
Paul Cheshire on What Coleridge Thought, by Owen Barfield
Barry Murnane on Medicine and the Natural Supernatural, by Gavin Budge
Cristina Flores and Jonatan Gonzalez on Romantic Literature, by John Gilroy
Justin Shepherd on Lyrical Ballads 1798 and 1802, ed. Fiona Stafford

New Series 44, Winter 2014

Michael Raiger - Coleridge and Hopkins
Kimberley Page-Jones - Lines in Motion and Thoughts in Act in the Notebooks
Judith Thompson - Coleridge, Thelwall and "Visions of Philosophy"
John Thelwall - "Visons of Philosophy"
Justin Shepherd - 'The Picture or, The Lover's Resolution'
Andrew Keanie - De Quincey's Portrait of Coleridge as a Work of Fine Art
Elisa Beshero-Bondar - Bailing Out Coleridge
Peter Cheyne - The Art of Poetic Life-Writing
Marija Reiff - Commanding Genius and Shakespearean Allusion in Zapolya

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Ross Wilson on Coleridge and Kantian Ideas in England, by Monika Class
Eugene Stelzig on Myself and Some Other Being, by Daniel Robinson
Susan Valladares on British Georgian Theatre, by David Worrall
Richard Gravil on William and Dorothy Wordsworth, by Pamela Woof

New Series 43, Summer 2014

Paul Cheshire - William Gilbert: Son of a Saintly Slave Owner
James Vigus - Coleridge's View of the Daimonion of Socrates
Gregory Leadbetter - Coleridge and the Waters of Plynlimon
Gavin Sourgen - Ambitious Abjection: Poetic Activation through Inertia
Gabriele de Luca - Coleridge and Vico: influence or theoretical affinity?   Part 2
Katy Beavers - The Legacy of the AM: Mary Shelley and the Wanderer

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Tim Whelan on Unusual Suspects: Pitt's Reign of Alarm, by Kenneth R Johnston   Part 2
Jeffrey Einboden on Coleridge's Philosophy of Faith, by Joel Harter
Ewan James Jones on Romantic Poetry: An Annotated Anthology (Blackwell)
James Castell on Animality in British Romanticism, by Peter Heymans
Warren Oakley on Shandean Humour, eds. K Vieweg, J Vigus & K M Wheeler
Sarah Weiger on Dorothy Wordsworth: Wonders of Everyday, by Pamela Woof
Tessa Whitehouse on The Life of Daniel Defoe, by John Richetti
Ben Manning on Clouds of Glory, a film by Ken Russell and Melvyn Bragg

 New Series 42, Winter 2013

Tim Fulford - Coleridge's Visions of 1816
Helen Boyles- Visions of Fatherhood in Coleridge's Early and Late Poetry
Linda Reesman - Coleridge being Coleridge
Hilary Newman - The Structure of Sara Coleridge's Phantasmion
Paul Kim - Ecotheological Elements in Wordsworth's Ecclesiastical Sonnets

Reviews

Simon Jarvis on Promising Losses, by Peter Larkin
Justin Shepherd on Experimental Poetics, by J C C Mays
Philip Aherne on Translantic Transcendantalism, by Samantha Harvey
Daniel Cook on John Keats: A New Life, by Nicholas Roe
Joel Harter on Symbol and Intuition, edited by H Huhn and J Vigus

New Series 41, Summer 2013

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New Series 40, Winter 2012

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New Series 39, Summer 2012

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New Series 38, Winter 2011

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New Series 37, Summer 2011


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New Series 36, Winter 2010

 


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New Series 35, Summer 2010

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New Series 34, Winter 2009

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New Series 33, Summer 2009

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New Series 32, Winter 2008

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New Series 31, Summer 2008

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New Series 30, Winter 2007

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New Series 29, Summer 2007

In Memoriam

 

New Series 28, Winter 2006

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New Series 27, Summer 2006

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New Series 26, Winter 2005

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New Series 25, Summer 2005

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New Series 24, Winter 2004

Reviews (single link to all Winter 2004 reviews)

 

New Series 23, Spring 2004

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New Series 22, Winter 2003

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New Series 21, Spring 2003

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New Series 20, Winter 2002

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New Series 19, Spring 2002

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New Series 18, Winter 2001

 

New Series 17, Summer 2001

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New Series 16, Winter 2000

 

New Series 15, Spring 2000

 

New Series 14, Autumn 1999

New Series 13, Spring 1999

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  • Tilar Mazzeo Romanticism and Colonialism: Writing and Empire, 1780-1830, edited by Tim Fulford and Peter Kitson

 

New Series 12, Winter 1998

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New Series 11, Spring 1998

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New Series 10, Autumn 1997

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New Series 9, Spring 1997

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New Series 8, Autumn 1996

Conference Issue, July 1996 [unnumbered]

  • Peter Larkin David Jones and The Ancient Mariner
  • Alan Halsey An Afterword
  • Antje Klesse Mervyn Peake's illustrations for 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'

 

New Series 7, Spring 1996

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New Series 6, Autumn 1995

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Cornelius Peck Lines Written between Alfoxden and Nether Stowey (Poem)

 

New Series 5, Spring 1995

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New Series 4, Autumn 1994

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New Series 3, Spring 1994

 

New Series 2, Autumn 1993

 

New Series 1, Winter 1992/93

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The Coleridge Bulletin 3, Winter 1990

 

The Coleridge Bulletin 2, Summer 1989

 

The Coleridge Bulletin 1, Summer 1988

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