Ben Brice examines Coleridge's poetry and prose between 1795 and 1825 in the context of important philosophical and theological debates with which the poet was familiar. He explores Coleridge's scepticism about his own theory of symbolism, which was so fundamental to his poetic vision, and presents a new and original account of why this anxiety and doubt was present in Coleridge's writings.

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