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[PDF/EBOOK] The Friendship Wordsworth and Coleridge by Adam Sisman

  • Hardcover
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  • The Friendship Wordsworth and Coleridge
  • Adam Sisman
  • English
  • 08 September 2017
  • 9780670038220

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of a writer herself The three of them spent days and weeks almost continually in each other s company Wordsworth and his sister moved across the country just so they could live within walking distance of Coleridge and even then they often slept over in each other s homes talking deep into the night There was no rivalry or reserve As Coleridge explained it they were three people but one soul Later things went out of balance Coleridge s abundant praise of Wordsworth s brilliance seemed to sap his own ability to write Compounding this was his growing addiction to opium which was considered a medicinal not a dangerous drug The dazzling energy intelligence and perception of Coleridge s conversation amazed people but he went years without composing much of anything Wordsworth continued to write but his life became weighted down with family responsibilities Coleridge who had a spectacularly unhappy marriage felt that the adoration of Wordsworth s wife his wife s sister and Dorothy put blinders on Wordsworth s eyes and kept him from achieving his full measure of greatness The Recluse the lengthy philosophical poem Coleridge imagined for Wordsworth was never finished Wordsworth attempted parts of it and sought Coleridge s guidance for the rest but a falling out kept them apart and by the time Coleridge did write down his thoughts for Wordsworth it was long past the time when Wordsworth could take up such an all consuming project Neither man completed the poems they felt were their life works and they never were as close againThe sadness of this was mitigated for me by the fact that late in their lives they took one long ramble together They toured Belgium Germany and the Netherlands with Wordsworth s daughter Dorothy who was named after her aunt but called Dora to avoid confusion They no longer were one soul and they irritated each other sometimes but still Dora was able to report that the three of them got along delightfully This book begins with the early lives of 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