“Constancy to an Ideal Object”: Analysis

The Poem Constancy to an Ideal Object By Samuel Taylor Coleridge Since all that beat about in Nature's range, Or veer or vanish; why should'st thou remain The only constant in a world of change, O yearning Thought! that liv'st but in the brain? Call to the Hours, that in the disturbance play, The faery... Continue Reading →

“The Good, Great Man”: Analysis

The Poem The Good, Great Man By Samuel Taylor Coleridge "How seldom, friend! a good great man inherits Honour or wealth with all his worth and pains! It sounds like stones from the land of spirits If any man obtain that which he merits Or any merit that which he obtains." REPLY TO THE ABOVE For... Continue Reading →

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