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This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison

The distinction between Primary and Secondary Imagination is something that Coleridge writes about in his book of criticism entitled Biographia Literaria. For Coleridge, the Primary Imagination is...

Latest answer posted December 17, 2012, 8:20 am (UTC)

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This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison

Coleridge distinguishes between what he calls Primary and Secondary imagination; for him, Primary Imagination was spontaneous poetry that arose from an impulse stemming from the beauty of nature...

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This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison

In this poem, Coleridge is left behind due to a foot injury from going on a hike with his friends in the countryside. He is unhappy to be left sitting in a bower of lime trees near his house,...

Latest answer posted December 25, 2018, 4:25 am (UTC)

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