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Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church

Luke S. H. Wright

Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church

by Luke S. H. Wright

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Published by University of Notre Dame Press in Notre Dame, Ind .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementLuke Savin Herrick Wright
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR4487.R4 W75 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24523707M
ISBN 10026804418X
ISBN 109780268044183
LC Control Number2010008788
OCLC/WorldCa471810733

Samuel Taylor Coleridge John Stuart Mill coupled him with Jeremy Bentham (another man often claimed as a Unitarian) as 'the two great seminal minds of England of their age'. Samuel was the youngest of 13 children of an Anglican clergyman in Ottery St Mary, a Devonshire village. Early in Coleridge had again found himself preoccupied with political issues. At this time the brothers Josiah and Thomas Wedgwood, who were impressed by Coleridge’s intelligence and promise, offered him in an annuity of £ as a means of subsistence while he pursued his intellectual concerns.

Get this from a library! The Evangelical Party and Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Return to the Church of England. [Christopher W Corbin] -- It has long been accepted that when Samuel Taylor Coleridge rejected the Unitarianism of his youth and returned to the Church of England, he did so while accepting a general Christian orthodoxy.   In Mariner: A Voyage with Samuel Taylor Coleridge (), Malcolm Guite refers to the "affectionate exhortation" Coleridge addresses in Biographia Literaria () to "young men of literary gift and inclination". Guite says of this: Coleridge's prose suddenly opens up and lifts as he proposes a union of Christian and literary excellence and encourages young writers to deepen their faith and Author: Laudable Practice.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge. English poet and philosopher, born on the 21st of October , at his father's vicarage of Ottery St. Mary's, Devonshire. His father, the Rev. John Coleridge, was a Born:   Of course, some scholars have engaged with this vector of influence, usually in the service of unpacking Coleridge's religious and political thought: Nicholas Sagovsky () on Coleridge's ideas of Church and State for instance, or Luke Wright's patchy but interesting Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church (Notre Dame, ). But nobody, so far as I know, has ever made the point I'm.


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This book is the first systematic historical examination of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's prose religious works. Coleridge (), the son of a clergyman, "was born and died a communicating member of the Church of England." He was a prolific writer on the.

This book is the first systematic historical examination of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's prose religious works. Coleridge (), the son of a clergyman, "was born and died a communicating member of the Church of England." He was a prolific writer on the subject of the relationship between church and : In this Book.

This book is the first systematic historical examination of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's prose religious works. Coleridge (–), the son of a clergyman, "was born and died a communicating member of the Church of England.".

He was a prolific writer on the subject of the relationship between church and state. This book is the first systematic historical examination of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's prose religious works. Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church book (), the son of a clergyman, "was born and died a communicating member of the Church of England." He was a prolific writer on the subject of the relationship between church.

It has long been accepted that when Samuel Taylor Coleridge rejected the Unitarianism of his youth and returned to the Church of England, he did so while accepting a general Christian orthodoxy. Christopher Corbin clarifies Coleridge’s religious identity and argues that while Coleridge’s Christian orthodoxy may have been sui generis, it was closely aligned with moderate Anglican : Christopher W Corbin.

Get this from a library. Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church. [Luke S H Wright] -- "This is an impressively focused work detailing Coleridge's biographical journey through radical politics and high Toryism with an initial and final commitment to Anglicanism, despite encounters and.

Robert M. Ryan, "Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church by Luke Savin Herrick Wright; Coleridge, the Bible, and Religion by Jeffrey W. Barbeau,". Coleridge had a high view of tradition, the authority of the church, and especially the liturgy, describing the Prayer Book as "a grand composition of devotional music, gradually attuning, preparing, animating, and working up, the feelings of men to public and common prayer" (pp.

<p>This book is the first systematic historical examination of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's prose religious works. Coleridge (), the son of a clergyman, 'was born and died a communicating member of the Church of England'.

He was a prolific writer on the subject of the relationship between church and : Luke Wright. Samuel Taylor Coleridge has books on Goodreads with ratings.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s most popular book is The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Samuel Taylor Coleridge () is famous as the English poet who wrote Kubla Khan and The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, but today is almost forgotten as one of the greatest political thinkers of his time.

He was the first conservative to advocate social and political reforms as a means of maintaining a stable and cohesive society. Page 51 - All these depend on a continuing and progressive civilization; but civilization is itself but a mixed good, if not far more a corrupting influence, the hectic of disease, not the bloom of health, and a nation so distinguished more Fitly to be called a varnished than a polished people; where this civilization is not grounded in cultivation, in the harmonious development of those.

It has long been accepted that when Samuel Taylor Coleridge rejected the Unitarianism of his youth and returned to the Church of England, he did so while accepting a general Christian orthodoxy. Christopher Corbin clarifies Coleridge’s religious identity and argues that while Coleridge’s Christian orthodoxy may have been sui generis, it was.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church Wright, Luke Savin Herrick Published by University of Notre Dame Press Wright, Luke Savin Herrick.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church. University of Notre Dame Press, it was a “collaboration” between Coleridge and a number of Anglican thinkers (chiefly Leighton). Yet it Author: Luke Savin Herrick Wright. Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church. By Luke Savin Herrick Wright.

Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, ISBN X. $ Samuel Taylor Coleridge (/ ˈ k oʊ l ə r ɪ dʒ /; 21 October – 25 July ) was an English poet, literary critic, philosopher and theologian who, with his friend William Wordsworth, was a founder of the Romantic Movement in England and a member of the Lake also shared volumes and collaborated with Charles Lamb, Robert Southey, and Charles en: Hartley Coleridge, Berkeley Coleridge.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church rightly capitalizes on Coleridge's serious engagement with a long tradition of English reflection on church-state : Jeffrey W.

Barbeau. Coleridge was born, ininto an Anglican family–his father was both vicar and schoolmaster in Ottery St Mary–and having flirted with radical politics, Unitarianism and pantheism; having married, had children, become dependent on opiates, fallen in love with another woman, separated from his wife, and then fallen in love again, he died.

Wright’s book claims to be “the first systematic examination of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s prose religious works,” an examination that offers much promise given the richness and complexity of Coleridge’s : Timothy Whelan.

It has long been accepted that when Samuel Taylor Coleridge rejected the Unitarianism of his youth and returned to the Church of England, he did so while accepting a general Christian orthodoxy.

Christopher Corbin clarifies Coleridge’s religious identity and argues that while Coleridge’s Christian orthodoxy may have been sui generis, it was Pages: Yet Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church helpfully illuminates the extensive--if not comprehensive--significance of Coleridge's commitment to High Church Anglicanism.

At its best, Wright's study grants Byron's jocularly jaundiced wish: it explains the explanations that Coleridge offered repeatedly and at length over the last decade.Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (15 August – 1 September ) was an English composer and conductor of mixed race; his mother was an English woman and his father was a Sierra Leone Creole physician.

Coleridge-Taylor achieved such success that he was referred to by white New York musicians as the "African Mahler" when he had three tours of the United States in the early : Samuel Coleridge Taylor, 15 August.