Publisher Description

A collection of letters has been presented in this book. From the Charterhouse, Coleridge went to Jesus College, Cambridge, where he soon won a gold medal for a Greek ode on the Slave Trade, but through indolence he slipped into a hundred pounds of debt. The stir of the French Revolution was then quickening young minds into bold freedom of speculation, resentment against tyranny of custom, and yearning for a higher life in this world. Old opinions that familiarity had made to the multitude conventional were for that reason distrusted and discarded. Coleridge no longer held his religious faith in the form taught by his father.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1834
July 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
176
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
129.1
KB

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