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Coleridge as a Philologian

James Holly Hanford
Modern Philology
Vol. 16, No. 12 (Apr., 1919), pp. 615-636
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Subjects: Language & Literature
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Notes and References

This item contains 49 references.

[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Letters (edited by E. H. Coleridge), p. 299.
  • 1
    Cottle's Early Recollections, I (1837), 192.
  • 1
    Chamber's Journal, 1890, p. 75
  • 2
    Biographia literaria [ed. Shawcross], I, 141
  • 3
    Biographia literaria, chap. x, note
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Letters, p. 279
    • Heeren's Christian Gottlob Heyne
  • 2
    Paulsen, Geschichte des gelehrten Unterrichts, Book IV, chap. ii
  • 1
    J. S. Piitter, Versuch einer academischen Gelehrten-geschichte von der Georg-Augustus Universität zu Gittingen, 1765-1838
  • 2
    Paulsen, op. cit., p. 37.
  • Letters, p. 298, note
  • 4
    Biographia literaria, chap. x (Shawcross, ed., I, 138 ft.)
  • 5
    Letters, pp. 267-68
  • 1
    Cottle's Reminiscences, p. 427.
  • 2
    editor's note to Table Talk (Works), VI, 284
  • 3
    Biographia literaria, chap. xii, note (Shawcross, ed., I, 164).
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Works, IV, 301
    • Table Talk (Works) VI, 312-13
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Sandys, A History of Classical Scholarship, III, 41
    • Wolf and Heyne began in 1797
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Works, IV, 1 ff
    • Anna A. Helmholtz, "The Indebtedness of Samuel Taylor Coleridge to August Wilhelm von Schlegel," University of Wisconsin Bulletin (" Phil. and Lit. Series"), III, No. 4 (1907), pp. 322-66
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Summary in Works, IV, 366 ff
    • Royal Society of Literature, May 18, 1825, Works, IV, 344ff
  • 1
    Works, IV, 309 ff.
  • 1
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Coleridge's Essays and Lectures (" Everyman's Library"), pp. 226-31
    • Letter to Rogers, May, 1815, in P. W. Clayden's Rogers and His Contemporaries, I, 192
    • The Friend, essay 8
    • Machiavelli, ibid., essay 16
    • Strozzi, Biographia literaria, chap. xvi, etc
  • 2
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • DeQuincey (ed. Masson), I, 314
    • Farley, Scandinavian Influences in the English Romantic Movement, p. 218
    • Letter quoted by J. D. Campbell, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, p. 119
  • 1
    Letter to Rogers, Clayden's Rogers and His Contemporaries, I, 192.
  • 2
    Poole's letter to Coleridge in Mrs. Sanford's Thomas Poole and His Friends, I, 280
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Works, VI, 279
    • F. von Schlegel's The Language and Wisdom of the Indians
  • 1
    Works, VI, 309.
  • 2
    Table Talk (Works), VI, 477.
  • "Dissertation Concerning the Perfection of the English Language," Welsted's Works, ed. Nichols, 1787.
  • 2
    Notes on Chapman's Homer, Essays and Lectures, p. 356.
  • 3
    Biographia literaria, chap. iv (Shawcross ed.), I, 61
  • 4
    Miscellanies (ed. Ashe), p. 100.
  • 1
    Biographia literaria, chap. xviii (Shawcross ed.), II, 43 ff.
  • 2
    Hans Sachs see note to Biographia Literaria (Wdrks), III, 720
  • Works, IV, 238
  • 2
    Progress of the Drama (Works), IV, 29 ff.
  • 3
    New Monthly Magazine, XLV, 218.
  • 1
    "Something Childish but Very Natural," Poems, p. 146.
  • 2
    C. W. Stork, " The Influence of the Popular Ballad on Wordsworth and Coleridge," PMLA, XXIX, 299 ff
  • 1
    Works, IV, 73 ff
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    Variorum, Cymbeline, 445.
  • 2
    Miscellanies (edited by Ashe), p. 59.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Tolman, in his essay on Love's Labour's Lost
    • Collier's edition of Shakespeare (1858, II, 529)
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Crabb Robinson's Diary, I, 309-10
    • Works, IV, 238
  • 1
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • I Henry IV, II, i, 23
    • "Phillip? Sparrow!" in King John (I, i, 232)
    • Macbeth, I, iii, 37
    • Winter's Tale, III, ii, 187
    • Othello, I, ii, 21
    • Antony and Cleopatra, I, i, 14;
    • Hamlet, IV, vii, 118
    • Julius Caesar I, ii, 86
    • Twelfth Night, I, i, 14
    • Timon, I, ii, 117
  • 3
    Anima Poetae, p. 88.
  • 1
    Table Talk ( Works), VI, 312 and 508-9.
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • II Henry I V, II, ii, 183
    • A Critical Examination of the Text of Shakespeare, III, 135
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    T. and C., IV, v, 19
  • 2
    New Essays toward a Critical Method.