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31) Coleridge says as much in his Chapter 14 discussion of secondary imagination: "The writings of PLATO, and Bishop TAYLOR, and the Theoria Sacra of BURNET, furnish undeniable proofs that poetry of the highest kind may exist without metre, and even without the contradistinguishing objects of a poem," BL, 2:14.
31) Coleridge says as much in his Chapter 14 discussion of secondary imagination: "The writings of PLATO, and Bishop TAYLOR, and the Theoria Sacra of BURNET furnish undeniable proofs that poetry of the highest kind may exist without metre, and even without the contradistinguishing objects of a poem," BL, 2:14.