In which poem can Coleridge best be seen as a Romantic poet?
After editing down the original question, I think that it should be noted that Coleridge's Romantic tendencies are evident in so much of his work. Being on the "ground floor" of the movement along with Wordsworth meant being an active contributor towards defining the movement and what represented Romanticism. I think that Coleridge is at this zenith in "Kubla Khan ." The very nature of the Romantic essence is on display in this poem. The notion of dream and visions being central to the Romantic ideal is evident in the poem....
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