5 edition of Coleridge and the doctors, 1795-1806 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -182) and index.
|Series||Oxford English monographs|
|LC Classifications||PR4487.M4 V53 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 186 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||2004301760|
Coleridge definition, English poet, critic, and philosopher. See more. Book reviews June 1, at PM EDT In “The Dante Chamber,” Matthew Pearl’s new thriller — a sequel of sorts to his bestseller “The Dante Club” — murder takes a literary turn. This collection represents the best of Coleridge's poetry from every period of his life, particularly his prolific early years, which produced The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Christabel, and Kubla Khan. The central section of the book is devoted to his most significant critical work, Biographia Literaria, and reproduces it in full. About Login The speech is free – subscriptions are just $1 per week to gift! Give A Gift Gift Subscription.
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Coleridge and the Doctors changes the way we look at Coleridge's intellectual development and reveals the richness of his involvement in the eighteenth-century tradition of "philosophical medicine" and its determining influence on his critical and philosophic by: Coleridge and the Doctors changes the way we look at Coleridge's intellectual development and reveals the richness of his involvement in the eighteenth-century tradition of 'philosophical medicine' and its determining influence on his critical and philosophic stance.
Coleridge and the Doctors changes the way we look at Coleridge's intellectual development and reveals the richness of his involvement in the eighteenth-century tradition of philosophical medicine', and its determining influence on his critical and philosophic stance.
Neil Vickers sets out to answer this question in this radical reinterpretation of Coleridge's career between and Coleridge and the Doctors changes the way we look at Coleridge's.
Coleridge and the Doctors: Neil Vickers Abstract. This introductory chapter outlines the two central aims of Coleridge and the Doctors. The first is to throw into relief the ideas and influences informing Coleridge's activities in ‘philosophical medicine’, the term widely used by historians of medicine to describe the numerous Author: Neil Vickers.
Coleridge and the Doctors, Michael John KOOY REFERENCES Neil VICKERS. Coleridge and the Doctors, Oxford University Press,pp., €, ISBN Neil Vickers.
Coleridge and the Doctors, E-rea, | 1. Coleridge and the Doctors, Oxford University Press,pp., €, ISBN Author: Michael John Kooy. The first ever book-length study of Coleridge's medical pursuits, including his dealings with opiates.
The first work to attempt to reconstruct Coleridge's application of contemporary medical theory to. Summary: Neil Vickers surveys Coleridge's intellectual development through his medical studies, focusing onwhen he produced most of the poetry for which he is remembered and just as importantly, when he lost his health for good.
Coleridge and the doctors (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Coleridge and the Doctors, By Michael John KOOY. Abstract. Coleridge’s medical case is, to say the least, interesting.
Not only did he think he suffered from a range of complex diseases, often at the same time – gout, scrofula and epilepsy among them – but he also treated himself with very different remedies, from walking and Author: Michael John KOOY.
This chapter offers a historical 1795-1806 book of the state of practical 1795-1806 book theoretical medicine in the s. It starts by considering the range of practitioners offering medical treatments during the eighteenth century and goes on to describe some important but often overlooked differences between our medicine and the medicine of Coleridge's time.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge (/ ˈ k oʊ l ə r ɪ dʒ /; 21 October – 25 July ) was an English poet, 1795-1806 book critic, philosopher and theologian who, with his friend William Wordsworth, was a founder of the Romantic Movement in England and a member of the Lake also shared volumes and collaborated with Charles Lamb, Robert Southey, and Charles Lloyd.
Among these, Coleridge is a key of the founding texts of the British Romantic movement is the anthology ‘Lyrical Ballads‘, published in by Coleridge and William Wordsworth: the majority of the book’s poems were by Wordsworth, but it was Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner‘ (the longest poem in the volume.
I have written one book, Coleridge and the Doctors (OUP, ) which examines Coleridge's participation in the medical culture of his time and argues that his application of medical theory to his own case decisively shaped the evolution of his thinking about poetry, the imagination, the relation between medicine and cosmology and.
Author(s): Vickers,Neil Title(s): Coleridge and the doctors, / Neil Vickers. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Oxford: New York: Clarendon. Coleridge and the Doctors: This introductory chapter outlines the two central aims of Coleridge and the Doctors.
Reviews the book Psychology and the Teacher by Hugo Münsterberg. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Vickers, Neil, Coleridge and the Doctors, – (Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, ).
The Brunonian system of medicine is a theory of medicine which regards and treats disorders as caused by defective or excessive was developed by the Scottish physician John Brown and is outlined in his publication Elementa drew on the theories of his teacher William Cullen, but whereas Cullen set out to create a systematic nosology of diseases, Brown argued for.
The book describes the many political, philosophic, and social passions of Coleridge's youth, and shows him flitting from one to another in bursts of frenetic energy. So far as I know, this is an accurate depiction of Coleridge during his younger years/5(33). Samuel Taylor Coleridge has books on Goodreads with ratings.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s most popular book is The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. He has written one book, Coleridge and the Doctors (OUP, ) which examines Coleridge's participation in the medical culture of his time.
The book's fundamental claim is that Coleridge's intellectual development cannot be understood independently of his medical endeavours. Coleridge and the Doctors: Neil Vickers Print publication date: Print ISBN Coleridge and the Doctors Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter.
Please. Samuel Taylor Coleridge (), English lyrical poet, critic, and philosopher, whose Lyrical Ballads,() written with William Wordsworth, started the English Romantic movement.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born in Ottery St Mary, Devonshire, as the youngest son of the vicar of Ottery St Mary. Among these, Coleridge is a key of the founding texts of the British Romantic movement is the anthology ‘Lyrical Ballads‘, published in by Coleridge and William Wordsworth: the majority of the book’s poems were by Wordsworth, but it was Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner‘ (the longest poem in the volume.
BOOK OF THE WEEK. RADICAL WORDSWORTH by Jonathan Bate (William Collins, £25, pp). The poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge spent Christmas Day with his close friend William Wordsworth, together.
Coleridge became an opium addict (it is thought that “Kubla Khan” originated from an opium dream) and, inmoved in with the surgeon James Gillman in order to preserve his health. During the years he lived with Gillman, Coleridge composed many of his important non-fiction works, including the highly regarded Biographia Literaria.
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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 in a home visited by. Coleridge and the Doctors by Neil Vickers (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), pp.
and. City of Health, Fields of Disease: Revolutions in the Poetry, Medicine, and Philosophy of Romanticism. By Martin Wallen (Aldershot and Burlington VT, ), pp. _____ HAT COLERIDGE was frequently ill, all readers of this Bulletin know. (Coleridge,Notebooks iv. ) Coleridge repeatedly asserts that the essential ideas that interested him in Schelling were known to him through the English Platonic tradition.
This claim has led scholars to scrutinise Coleridge’s contact with Neoplatonic philosophy before his visit to Germany in – Coleridge. Early. By Richard Holmes. Illustrated. pages. Viking. $ The news of ''Coleridge: Early Visions'' is that its author, Richard Holmes, not only forgives Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Poetical Remains: Poets' Graves, Bodies, and Books in the Nineteenth Century. New York: Oxford UP, RaVon Review. McGoogan, Kenneth. Ancient Mariner: The Arctic Adventures of Samuel Hearne, the Sailor who Inspired Coleridge's Masterpiece. New York: Carroll and Graf, The whole book is fraught with the tension between Coleridge's endless bouts with failure, and his spectacular mind at work on the whole panorama of life in the early 19th century.
The reader (well, this reader) is constantly on the verge of giving up on Coleridge completely, and then he does something beautiful, and then he wrecks it, and so Reviews: But Coleridge’s presence in Lyrical Ballads is ‘The Ancient Mariner’, which dominates the first part of the book.
The book in is published anonymously. The reason for that is no one knows who Wordsworth is anyway, says Coleridge in a letter at the time—if he put his name on the title-page, they’ll just get into trouble, because. Coleridge was quickly thrown out of both university and the army ("Discharged, insane"), made an unhappy marriage, and failed to establish promising.
Collected Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Vol. 3 By Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Earl Leslie Griggs Clarendon Press, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
But it isn’t just Coleridge’s ideas or poetry that I find so moving. His life speaks of grief, loss, and addiction. Yet all the while he found his way back to Christ. Coleridge’s opium addiction began in the s.
Some kind of emotional and physical event left him bedridden. At this time doctors discovered an abscess in one of his teeth. Neil Vickers. Coleridge and the Doctors, Oxford English Monographs. Oxford: Clarendon Press, xii + pp. $ (). Samuel Taylor Coleridge's understanding of medical diagnosis, and of his own pattern of illness, was, according to Neil Vickers 's impressive book.
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About Coleridge: Early Visions, Winner of the Whitbread Prize for Book of the Year, this is the first volume of Holmes’s seminal two-part examination of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, one of Britain’s greatest poets. The son of a linen draper, Southey spent much of his childhood at Bath in the care of his aunt, Elizabeth Tyler.
Educated at Westminster School and Balliol College, Oxford, Southey expressed his ardent sympathy for the French Revolution in the long poem Joan of Arc (published ).
He first met Coleridge, who shared his views, inand together they wrote a verse drama, The Fall of.Coleridge returned to what turned out to be his final year at the university, he read a book called Descriptive Sketches by a poet named William was a life-changing event.
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