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Sara Coleridge, a Victorian daughter

her life and essays

by Bradford Keyes Mudge

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852.,
    • Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834 -- Family.,
    • Women and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Authors, English -- 19th century -- Biography.,
    • Editors -- Great Britain -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementBradford Keyes Mudge.
      ContributionsColeridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR4489.C2 Z78 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 287 p., [8] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages287
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2058330M
      ISBN 100300044437
      LC Control Number88037427

        Sara Coleridge, Collected Poems, ed. Peter Swaab. London: Fyfield Books / Carcanet, pp. £ (Pbk; ISBN 1 95 2). Reviewed by Dennis Low When Peter Swaab’s edition of Sara Coleridge: Collected Poems appeared in , the media leapt upon it with gusto. “POEMS BY DAUGHTER OF LAKES BARD DISCOVERED IN AMERICA,” . Sara Coleridge (23 December – 3 May ) was an English writer, known primarily as the editor of the works of her father, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. During Sara's childhood, her father was seldom at home, and she lived with her mother and brothers at Robert Southey's house. The Wordsworths were their neighbours, and Sara was friends with Dora Wordsworth. .

      Sara Coleridge (). The Mother. Arthur Quiller-Couch, comp. The Oxford Book of Victorian Verse. Abstract. Schofield establishes the conceptual basis for this much-needed study of Sara Coleridge as an author. The chapter offers a survey of studies of Sara Coleridge, biographical and critical, from to the present, and analyses how changing constructions of gender have influenced perceptions of her life and : Robin Schofield.

      The Coleridge Bulletin. The Journal of the Friends of Coleridge. New Series 28 (NS) Winter possibility that S. T. Coleridge’s daughter, Sara Coleridge, was not only a writer, translator, and an editor of her father’s works, but also Sara Coleridge the Victorian Size: KB. Resources about Sara Coleridge Coleridge (9) Memoir and letters of Sara Coleridge / edited by her daughter Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, [ Book, Microform: .


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Sara Coleridge, a Victorian daughter by Bradford Keyes Mudge Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sara Coleridge (), daughter of the poet, was a woman of exceptional intellectual energy. After she published two books before she a Victorian daughter book twenty-two, she became the editor and promoter of her father's works, marketing them as the 3/5. Thus, Sara's frequent "hysterical" illnesses provided occasions for intellectual labor, even as she was presenting her father's work as a corrective to Victorian social radicalism.

Mudge's competent readings of Sara Coleridge's works are interspersed throughout his account of her life; her private psychology is interpreted through her public text.5/5(2). An important critical evaluation, based on impeccable scholarship, this book is a major contribution to both Romantic and Victorian studies."—Keith G.

Thomas, Albion "Mudge’s finely understated subtitle, A Victorian Daughter, does not convey the range of her study or the importance of Sara Coleridge as an editor and Victorian intellectual. Sara Coleridge, a Victorian daughter: her life and essays User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Heretofore, feminist critics have concentrated on explicating the fiction and poetry of marginalized women writers, but in his study of Sara Coleridge's life and work, Mudge's concerns are different Read full review.

Get this from a library. Sara Coleridge, a Victorian daughter: her life and essays. [Bradford Keyes Mudge; Sara Coleridge Coleridge] -- Sara Coleridge (), daughter of the poet Samuel Taylor, was a woman of exceptional intellectual energy.

After she published two books before she was twenty-two, she became the editor and. Book Description: Sara Coleridge, daughter of the poet, was a woman of exceptional intellectual energy. Herself a talented writer, she devoted her life to editing her father's works and successfully promoting them to the Victorian public.

Get this from a library. Sara Coleridge, a Victorian daughter: her life and essays. [Bradford Keyes Mudge; Sara Coleridge Coleridge]. Sara Coleridge () was an exceptional, heroic, and complex human being, In spite of illnesses, addictions, and family losses, she published a collection of children's verses, a fairy tale, 20 brilliantly edited volumes of her father's (Samuel Taylor Coleridge's) works, and several essays of her own.

But such a life of triumph, joy, love, success is not the one that Mudge. Self-effacing daughter of the famous poet, Sara Coleridge was herself an essayist, poet and diarist.

Neglected by her mostly absent father, she suffered from. "Sara Coleridge has been known as the daughter of her father, the poet-philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and the defender of his reputation in the next generation.

Jeffrey W. Barbeau does not diminish the importance of these roles, but he shows in this book how fully Sara acted as a participant in the theologico-metaphysical debates of her : Hardcover. In as Waldegrave's story opens, Coleridge and five-year-old Sara joined the household.

Coleridge and his wife, Sarah Fricker, were estranged, and Sara's childhood had hitherto been spent with. "Sara Coleridge has been known as the daughter of her father, the poet-philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and the defender of his reputation in the next generation.

Jeffrey W. Barbeau does not diminish the importance of these roles, but he shows in this book how fully Sara acted as a participant in the theologico-metaphysical debates of her : Palgrave Macmillan US. Known as the daughter of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Sara Coleridge's manuscripts, letters, and other writings reveal an original thinker in dialogue with major literary and cultural figures of nineteenth-century England.

Here, her writings on beauty, education, and faith uncover aspects of Romantic and Victorian literature, philosophy, and theology. Sara Coleridge (Decem – May 3, ) was an English author and translator but she is most famous as the only daughter of S.

Coleridge and is probably most remembered for the work she did editing her father's work following his death in and the subsequent death of her husband in   Sara Coleridge. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Jump to: navigation, search. Sara Coleridge (Decem – May 3, ) was an English author and translator. She was the fourth child and only daughter of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and his wife Sarah Fricker of Bristol. She was born at Greta Hall, en: Herbert Coleridge.

Sara Coleridge, a Victorian Daughter: Her Life and Essays, by Bradford Keyes Mudge () The book is a scholarly biography of Sara Coleridge, and tries to offer a fresh understanding of the value and meaning of her literary accomplishments and of her editorial work of Coleridge’s oeuvre after his death.

Drawing upon much original manuscript material (such as Sara Coleridge’s. A discussion of the book is given in Jeffery W. Barbeau’s intellectual biography titled Sara Coleridge: Her Life and Thought (New York, ). Back See especially Amberyl Malkovich, Charles Dickens and the Victorian Child (New York, ).

In his revaluation of Sara Coleridge, "A Victorian Daughter", Bradford Keyes Mudge comments: "For Coleridge to find his only daughter now grown into an attractive, intelligent, industrious, and unassuming young woman, possessing the very qualities he had tried unsuccessfully to instil in his sons, would have been to confront a powerfully.

Start your review of The Months: Fun with Friends All Year 'Round. Sara Coleridge's verse is easy for children to read and I think easy to remember.

Since every month has a separate rhyme, I look at it as separate poems that my class can learn. Sara Coleridge = Samuel Taylor Coleridge's daughter.

flag Like see review/5. In book: The Vocation of Sara Coleridge, pp Sara Coleridge the Victorian Theologian: Between Newman’s Tractarianism and Wesley’s Methodism Sara Author: Robin Schofield.

British writer Mary Coleridge was well known in her day as a novelist and essayist; now, she is better known for her poetry. The great-grandniece of Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the daughter of musically talented parents, Coleridge grew up in a literary and artistic environment.

According to Dictionary of Literary Biography writer Warren Stevenson, she lived .The Poets’ Daughters: Dora Wordsworth and Sara Coleridge. Written by Katie Waldegrave Review by Elizabeth Hawksley. In this riveting and absorbing book, Katie Waldegrave examines the intertwining lives of Dora Wordsworth, daughter of the great Romantic poet, William, and Sara Coleridge, daughter of his charismatic but unstable friend, the poet and critic Samuel Taylor, Author: Katie Waldegrave.14 Sara Coleridge, Collected Poems, 15 Sara wrote an essay, “Nervousness,” in(Bradford Mudge, Sara Coleridge A Victorian Daughter: Her Life and Essays.

New York: Yale University Press, ). The essay – set out as a dialogue between an “Invalid” and “Good Genius” explores the symptoms of her illness.