How to interpret Coleridge’s voluminous patchwork of triumphs, fragments, stolen snippets, and unrealized plans? Does any larger pattern emerge?
Matthew Redmond is a Lecturer in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric at Stanford University. His research explores influence, mortality, and the experience of time in American and European literature. His work has appeared in English Literary History, Nineteenth-Century Literature, and Textes et Contextes.