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037    525965|bPalgrave Macmillan|nhttp://www.palgraveconnect.com
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100 1  Leadbetter, Gregory,|d1975- 
245 10 Coleridge and the daemonic imagination|h[electronic 
       resource] /|cGregory Leadbetter 
260    New York, N.Y. :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2011 
300    1 online resource 
490 1  Nineteenth-century major lives and letters 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
505 0  The Willing Daemon: Coleridge and the Transnatural * 
       "Pagan Philosophy" and the "Pride of Speculation": 
       Spiritual Politics and the Metaphysical Imagination, 1795-
       1797̐Μư* "Not a Man, But a Monster": Organicism, Becoming 
       and the Daemonic Imago̐Μư* Transnatural Language: The 
       "Library-Cormorant" in the "Vernal Wood"̐Μư* "The Dark 
       Green Adder's Tongue": Osorio and the "Poetry of 
       Nature"̐Μư* "A Distinct Current of My Own": Poetry and the
       Uses of the Supernatural̐Μư* "The Rime of the Ancient 
       Mariner"̐Μư* "Kubla Khan"̐Μư* "Christabel"̐Μư̐Μư̐Μư 
505 8  Machine generated contents note: -- The Willing Daemon: 
       Coleridge and the Transnatural -- "Pagan Philosophy" and 
       the "Pride of Speculation" : Spiritual Politics and the 
       Metaphysical Imagination, 1795-1797 -- "Not a Man, But a 
       Monster" : Organicism, Becoming and the Daemonic Imago -- 
       Transnatural Language: The "Library-Cormorant" in the 
       "Vernal Wood" -- "The Dark Green Adder's Tongue": Osorio 
       and the "Poetry of Nature" -- "A Distinct Current of My 
       Own": Poetry and the Uses of the Supernatural -- "The Rime
       of the Ancient Mariner" -- "Kubla Khan" -- "Christabel." 
520    Fascinated by his own imagination, Coleridge secretly 
       wrote that its characteristic blend of power and desire 
       made him a 'Daemon': a being superstitiously feared as 'a 
       something transnatural.' Coleridge and the Daemonic 
       Imagination examines this simultaneous experience of 
       exaltation and transgression as a formative principle in 
       Coleridge's poetry and the fabric of his philosophy. In a 
       reading that spans the breadth of Coleridge's achievement,
       through politics, religion and his relationship with 
       Wordsworth, this book builds to a new interpretation of 
       the poems where Coleridge's daemonic imagination produces 
       its myths: 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, ' 'Kubla 
       Khan' and 'Christabel.' Gregory Leadbetter reveals a 
       Coleridge at once more familiar and more strange, in a 
       study that unfolds into an essay on poetry, spirituality, 
       and the drama of human becoming 
520    "Fascinated by his own imagination, Coleridge secretly 
       wrote that its characteristic blend of power and desire 
       made him a "Daemon": a being superstitiously feared as "a 
       something transnatural." Coleridge and the Daemonic 
       Imagination examines this simultaneous experience of 
       exaltation and transgression as a formative principle in 
       Coleridge's poetry and the fabric of his philosophy. In a 
       reading that spans the breadth of Coleridge's achievement,
       through politics, religion and his relationship with 
       Wordsworth, this book builds to a new interpretation of 
       the poems where Coleridge's daemonic imagination produces 
       its myths: "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," "Kubla Khan"
       and "Christabel." Gregory Leadbetter reveals a Coleridge 
       at once more familiar and more strange, in a study that 
       unfolds into an essay on poetry, spirituality, and the 
       drama of human becoming"--|cProvided by publisher 
520    "Through politics, religion and his relationship with 
       Wordsworth, the book builds to a new interpretation of the
       poems where Coleridge's daemonic imagination produces its 
       myths: 'The Ancient Mariner', 'Kubla Khan' and 
       'Christabel'. Re-reading the origins of Romanticism, 
       Leadbetter reveals a Coleridge at once more familiar and 
       more strange"--|cProvided by publisher 
588    Description based on print version record 
590    Palgrave 
600 10 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,|d1772-1834|xCriticism and 
       interpretation 
600 10 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,|d1772-1834|xReligion 
600 10 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,|d1772-1834|xPsychology 
600 10 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,|d1772-1834|xPhilosophy 
600 10 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,|d1772-1834|xFriends and 
       associates 
600 10 Wordsworth, William,|d1770-1850|xFriends and associates 
650  0 Supernatural in literature 
650  0 Romanticism|zEngland 
650  4 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor|x1772-1834|xCriticism and 
       interpretation 
650  4 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor|x1772-1834|xFriends and 
       associates 
650  4 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor|x1772-1834|xPhilosophy 
650  4 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor|x1772-1834|xPsychology 
650  4 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor|x1772-1834|xReligion 
650  4 Wordsworth, William|x1770-1850|xFriends and associates 
650  4 Literature 
650  7 LITERARY CRITICISM|xEuropean|xEnglish, Irish, Scottish, 
       Welsh.|2bisacsh 
650  7 LITERARY CRITICISM|xPoetry.|2bisacsh 
650  7 LITERARY CRITICISM|xGeneral.|2bisacsh 
655  4 Electronic books 
710 2  Palgrave Connect (Online service) 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aLeadbetter, Gregory, 1975-|tColeridge 
       and the daemonic imagination.|dNew York, N.Y. : Palgrave 
       Macmillan, 2011|z9780230103214|w(DLC)  2011007021
       |w(OCoLC)666237201 
830  0 Nineteenth-century major lives and letters 
856 40 |3Palgrave Connect|uhttp://www.palgraveconnect.com/
       doifinder/10.1057/9780230118522|zeBook(Palgrave)