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Synonyms for Coleridgean

of or relating to Samuel Taylor Coleridge or his writings


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This image not only parodies Coleridgean imagination but also distinguishes the Pope's active reading from it: the way the Pope "evolves" truth from the trial documents differs fundamentally from Bottinius's dismissal of facts in favor of a "central truth.
Debates in the nineteenth and twentieth century that placed metaphor above simile, Coleridgean imagination above fancy, symbol above allegory, shadowed older debates about the real presence of Christ in bread and wine.
The literary allusions and exaggerated fictional encounters underwriting images of Coleridgean habit in De Quincey's work constitute what I term a literary model for theorizing habituation; one that superimposes the supernatural, the exotic, and the comically absurd in popular literary texts from Shakespeare to Dickens to reinvigorate cultural anxieties about unmanageable habituation.
Imagination--O'Connor's method of Coleridgean synthesis she first discovered at Iowa under Austin Warren--made it free and lasting.
To be sure, in the excerpted passage as well as in most of Osundare's formal verse, we confront the Coleridgean perspective on the organic principle in nature while the poet remains Wordsworthian in his adoration of nature and his self-appointed role as poet-seer, priest, visionary, and moral crusader he is akin to the Shelleyan "unacknowledged legislator of the world" and his self-identification with and self-absorption in nature approximate to the Keatsean "negative capability.
Then with Santos, the coarse fisherman whose boat they hire, he survives an experience of Coleridgean proportions (it comes complete with albatrosses), a survival that belatedly informs his renewal.
Not so much Coleridgean association in this particular poem as an echo of the 17th-century Metaphysicals.
With regard to detective fiction, I would say that the fragmentary nature of the 'novelas policiarias' is less the result of Pessoa's well-known inability to finish texts, or of the visit of the Coleridgean man of Porlock, but rather the result either of the difficulty in putting the pieces of the puzzle together or a sign of a mixed feeling of scepticism and lack of interest towards the narratives which would emerge from the fragments--by no means narratives of order and certainty as in Poe' s stories, where rationality manages to supersede the irrational.
His perspectives include Herbert March and the beginnings of biblical criticism, the Coleridgean inheritance, and some nonconformist voices.
In the increasing predilection of legal theorists such as Ronald Dworkin, Stephen Knapp and Roberto Unger to invoke Romantic paradigms of literary interpretation for use in judgment, we see the replication of a Coleridgean illusion that justice can be achieved through a reading strategy which simply masks the very Jacobinical innovation it seeks to eliminate.
Requiring a Coleridgean compact with the aesthetic, the cultural public sphere asks the subject to willingly suspend his or her disbelief in order to vicariously experience pleasure and pain (McGuigan, 2005).
15) The supernaturalism that marks these poems permeates Watts-Dunton's novel, as do other Coleridgean devices such as curses and states of enthralment that demand that individuals compulsively act out or repeat specific behavioural scripts.
Horatian dolphins in the woods and wild boars in the sea or Coleridgean sunny domes and caves of ice, everything evaporates in the end, becomes irrelevant, interrupts its meaning.
But by far Narayan's greatest act of Coleridgean synthesis is to coax the singular from the general, to forge a rarefied atmosphere with humble, workaday prose.
He has elaborated on the latter, which is "the Coleridgean sense of formal necessity that the poem should contain within itself the reason why it is thus and not otherwise.