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In Samuel Taylor Coleridge's 'Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Beaumont and Fletcher', the author delves into the works of four prominent playwrights of the English Renaissance, offering critical analysis and comparisons. Coleridge's literary style is characterized by deep insight and a profound understanding of the era in which these playwrights thrived. The book provides a detailed examination of the themes, characters, and techniques employed by Shakespeare, Jonson, Beaumont, and Fletcher, shedding light on their contributions to English drama. Coleridge's analysis is both scholarly and accessible, making this book a valuable resource for students and enthusiasts of English literature. As a Romantic poet and critic, Coleridge's own works were influenced by the writings of these playwrights, giving him a unique perspective on their artistry. His passion for literature and keen analytical skills are evident in this comprehensive study. I highly recommend 'Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Beaumont and Fletcher' to anyone interested in the rich tradition of English drama and the works of these influential playwrights.


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Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Beaumont and Fletcher
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<p>Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772?1834) was an English poet, critic, philosopher, and theologian who, alongside his close friend William Wordsworth, was a foundational figure in the English Romantic Movement. Coleridge\'s contribution to the literary world spans beyond his renowned lyrical ballads and includes significant work as a Shakespearean scholar. His lectures on Shakespeare and other poets of the Elizabethan era crystallized in his literary criticism, most notably in his work \'Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Beaumont and Fletcher\', which showcases his insightful analysis and engagement with the text of these great playwrights. Known for his imaginative poetry and profound thought, Coleridge penned classics like \'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner\' and \'Kubla Khan\'. His exploration into the depths of human consciousness and the supernatural influenced not just poetry, but also philosophical thought and literary critique in the 19th century. Coleridge\'s poetic diction and imaginative power combined with a deep scholarly rigor make his contributions to English literature both unique and enduring. His literary style is characterized by its rich imagery, supernatural themes, and innovative exploration of the human psyche, which has had a lasting impact on both poetic form and critical analysis.</p>
ISBN: 8596547121282
Referencia: BW1037809454

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