A Literature Review of T. S. Coleridge in China and at Abroad

Feng GUO

Abstract


As a controversial figure in English literature, Coleridge is worthy of being noticed. The studies in China are relatively late and rough, yet progress has been fruitfully made; while at abroad they harvest more and earlier. And scholars in China and at abroad both are making efforts to decode Coleridge in various ways, covering life experience, poetic imagination, his religious, political and philosophical view, his view of nature and literary aesthetics, which is essence to the further insight into this great mind.

Keywords


Coleridge; China; Abroad; Significance

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8170

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