Examine how Coleridge sees poetry is a mode of knowledge.

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I think that Coleridge does view poetry as a source of knowledge.  One of Coleridge's primary points is the idea that poetic analysis and poetic expression can represent a way in which one knows the world around them.  Coleridge makes the point that the poetic exploration of the individual allows them to better understand the nature of themselves and their world.  Poetry is...

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