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Readership: General readers interested in the writings of Coleridge, as well as students and scholars in the field.
Edited by Seamus Perry, Fellow and Tutor of Balliol College, Oxford, and Lecturer in the English Faculty, University of Oxford
"Every single page of this precious book yields up riches. No one interested in human thought and feeling should be without it." - Stephen Romer, Guardian Review
"fhese impassioned little jottings and snippets reveal the philosopher in the poet more clearly than any of his more ponderous works, and they are lovely to dip into." - Daily Telegraph, 23 November 2002
"A marvellously judged and varied selection." - P J Kavanagh, Spectator, 14 September 2002
"An invaluable aid for all those interested in this fertile writer's private life." - Contemporary Review
Census of Manuscripts
I. The West Country 1794-1798
II. Germany, London, The Lakes 1798-1804
III. London, Malta, Italy 1804-1806
IV. The Lakes, London 1806-1810
V. London, Wiltshire 1810-1816
Coda: Highgate 1816-1820