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George Whalley
"Coleridge was a confirmed symbolist"
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Jones and Tydeman
"No one can now deny the serious moral nature of these poems"
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Richard Holmes
"Like all the Romantics, Coleridge was interested in exploring such extreme states of mind and feeling"
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Jane Kelly Kosek
"LIke 'The Ancient Mariner,' 'Christabel' deals with the themes of evil and guilt in a setting pervaded by supernatural elements"
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Humphry House
Kubla Khan "reflected the concerns and interests of its age..."
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Humphry House (2)
"Within this main landscape, too, there is a pervasive order"
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George Whalley (2)
Rime of the Ancient Mariner "Remorse is an emotion easy to fine in the poem"
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"No one can now deny the serious moral nature of these poems"

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Jones and Tydeman

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"Like all the Romantics, Coleridge was interested in exploring such extreme states of mind and feeling"

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"LIke 'The Ancient Mariner,' 'Christabel' deals with the themes of evil and guilt in a setting pervaded by supernatural elements"

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Kubla Khan "reflected the concerns and interests of its age..."

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