Religious Musings extract. Coleridge to John Thelwall, 19 November extract. Coleridge to John Thelwall, 14 October extract. Coleridge to Thomas Poole, 16 October extract. Kubla Khan parallel text. Frost at Midnight. From Fears in Solitude, written in during an alarm of an invasion; to which are added France: an ode; and Frost at Midnight France : An Ode. Fears in Solitude. Written April , During the Alarms of an Invasion.
The Conclusion to Part I. Part II.
Wordsworth, William. Civic oration on the anniversary of the acquittal of the lecturer [5 December], being a vindication of the principles, and a review of the conduct, that placed him at the bar of the Old Bailey. May be ex-library. This is a collection of poetry and prose by the British Romantics. Thomas Paine
The Conclusion to Part II. Coleridge to Thomas Poole, 6 April extract. From The Annual Anthology The Day-Dream. From The Morning Post 6 September Letter to Sara Hutchinson, 4 April Sunday Evening. A Day-Dream. From Sibylline Leaves Dejection: An Ode. From The Morning Post 11 September Chamouny; the Hour Before Sunrise. A Hymn. From The Morning Post 11 October Spots in the Sun.
The Pains of Sleep parallel text. Coleridge to Thomas Poole, 14 October extract. Coleridge to Richard Sharp, 15 January extract. To William Wordsworth. Lines composed, for the greater part, on the night on which he finished the recitation of his poem in Thirteen Books, concerning the growth and history of his own mind, January , Coleorton, near Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Coleridge to William Wordsworth, 30 May extract.
From Biographia Literaria Chapter 13 extract. Chapter 14 extracts.
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. In seven parts. From Table Talk edited from MS. Francis, Lord Jeffrey From Edinburgh Review November Robert Southey From The Monthly Magazine October Hannah, A Plaintive Tale.
From The Morning Post 30 June The Idiot. From The Morning Post 9 August The Battle of Blenheim. From The Morning Post 26 September From Critical Review October Review of William Wordsworth and S. The Sailor who had Served in the Slave-Trade. Charles Lamb The Old Familiar Faces. Living without God in the World.
From Elia Imperfect Sympathies. Witches, and Other Night-Fears. William Hazlitt From The Round Table On Gusto. The Fight.
From The Liberal April My First Acquaintance with Poets. From The Spirit of the Age Mr Coleridge. James Henry Leigh Hunt From The Examiner 14 May To Hampstead. Canto III. The Fatal Passion extract. From The Examiner 21 September On the Grasshopper and Cricket.
From Foliage To Percy Shelley, on the degrading notions of deity. To the Same. To John Keats. From The Indicator A Now, Descriptive of a Hot Day. Thomas De Quincey From Confessions of an English Opium-Eater From London Magazine October On the Knocking at the Gate in Macbeth. Suspiria De Profundis: The Palimpsest extract. Benjamin Robert Haydon George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron Written Beneath a Picture. From Hebrew Melodies She Walks in Beauty. When we two parted. Fare Thee Well!
Stanzas to Augusta. Epistle to Augusta. Manfred, A Dramatic Poem Dramatis Personae. Act I. Act II.
Act III. Don Juan Canto I. Canto II. To the Po. Messalonghi, 22 January On this day I complete my thirty-sixth year. Richard Woodhouse, Jr. Letter from Richard Woodhouse to John Taylor, c. Percy Bysshe Shelley To Wordsworth.
Alastor; or, The Spirit of Solitude. From The Examiner 19 January Hymn to Intellectual Beauty. Mont Blanc. Lines written in the Vale of Chamouni. From The Examiner 11 January On Love.
From Rosalind and Helen Lines written among the Euganean Hills, October From Posthumous Poems Stanzas written in Dejection, near Naples. Prometheus Unbound Act IV.
The Mask of Anarchy. Written on the Occasion of the Massacre at Manchester. From Prometheus Unbound Ode to the West Wind.