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Born in October 21, 1772 / Died in July 25, 1834 / United Kingdom / English


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  • The Fall of Robespierre. An Historic Drama, act 1 by Coleridge, acts 2 and 3 by Robert Southey (Cambridge: Printed by Benjamin Flower for W. H. Lunn and J. & J. Merrill, sold by J. March, Norwich, 1794).

  • A Moral and Political Lecture, delivered at Bristol (Bristol: Printed by George Routh, 1795).

  • Conciones ad Populum, or Addresses to the People (Bristol, 1795).

  • The Plot Discovered; or an Address to the People, against Ministerial Treason (Bristol, 1795).

  • The Watchman: A Periodical Publication, in Prose and Verse, nos. 1-10 (Bristol: Published by the author and by Parsons, London, 1 March-13 May 1796).

  • Poems on Various Subjects, by Coleridge, with four sonnets by Charles Lamb and part of another by Southey (London: C. G. & J. Robinsons/Bristol: J. Cottle, 1796); revised and enlarged as Poems,with poems by Lamb and Charles Lloyd (Bristol: Printed by N. Biggs for J. Cottle and Robinsons, London, 1797; third edition with deletions, London: Printed by N. Biggs for T. N. Longman & O. Rees, 1803).

  • Fears in Solitude, Written in 1798 during the alarm of an invasion. To which are added, FRANCE, AN ODE; and FROST AT MIDNIGHT (London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1798).

  • Lyrical Ballads, with a few Other Poems, by Coleridge and William Wordsworth (Bristol: Printed by Biggs & Cottle for T. N. Longman, London, 1798; London: Printed for J. & A. Arch, 1798; enlarged edition, 2 volumes, London: Printed for T. N. Longman & O. Rees, by Biggs & Co., Bristol, 1800; Philadelphia: Printed & sold by James Humphreys, 1802).

  • The Friend: A Literary, Moral, and Political Weekly Paper, 27 parts, plus one supernumerary (Penrith: Printed & published by J. Brown and sold by Longman & Co., and Clement, London, 1 June 1809-15 March 1810); republished as The Friend; A Series of Essays (London: Printed for Gale & Curtis, 1812); new edition, with added material (3 volumes, London: Rest Fenner, 1818: 1 volume, Burlington, Vt.: Chauncey Goodrich, 1831).

  • Remorse, A Tragedy, in Five Acts (London: Printed for W. Pople, 1813; New York: D. Longworth, 1813).

  • Christabel: Kubla Khan, a Vision; The Pains of Sleep (London: Printed for John Murray, 1816; Boston: Published by Wells & Lilly, sold by Van Winkle & Wiley, New York, and M. Carey, Philadelphia, 1816).

  • The Statesman's Manual; or the Bible the Best Guide to Political Skill and Foresight: A Lay Sermon (London: Printed for Gale & Fenner, 1816; Burlington, Vt.: Chauncey Goodrich, 1832).

  • Sibylline Leaves: A Collection of Poems (London: Rest Fenner, 1817); republished in part as Selections from the Sybilline Leaves of S. T. Coleridge (Boston: True & Greene, 1827).

  • Biographia Literaria; or, Biographical Sketches of my Literary Life and Opinions, 2 volumes (London: Rest Fenner, 1817; New York: Published by Kirk & Mercein, 1817).

  • Zapolya: A Christmas Tale (London: Rest Fenner, 1817).

  • Aids to Reflection in the Formation of a Manly Character on the Several Grounds of Prudence, Morality, and Religion: Illustrated by Select Passages from our Elder Divines, especially Archbishop Leighton (London: Printed for Taylor & Hessey, 1825; Burlington, Vt.: Chauncey Goodrich, 1829).

  • The Poetical Works of S. T. Coleridge, 3 volumes (London: Pickering, 1828).

  • The Devil's Walk; A Poem. By Professor Parson [pseud.]. Edited with a biographical memoir and notes by H. W. Montagu [pseud.], by Coleridge and Southey (London: Marsh & Miller/Edinburgh: Constable, 1830).

  • On the Constitution of Church and State (London: Hurst, Chance, 1830).

  • Specimens of the Table Talk of the late Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 2 volumes, edited by Henry Nelson Coleridge (London: John Murray, 1835; New York: Harper & Brothers, 1835).

  • The Literary Remains in Prose and Verse of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 4 volumes, edited by Henry Nelson Coleridge (London: Pickering, 1836-1839).

  • Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit, edited by Henry Nelson Coleridge (London: Pickering, 1840; Boston: Munroe, 1841).

  • Hints towards the Formation of a more Comprehensive Theory of Life, edited by Seth B. Watson (London: Churchill, 1848; Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1848).

  • Essays on His Own Times; forming a second series of "The Friend,"3 volumes, edited by Sara Coleridge (London: Pickering, 1850).

  • Seven Lectures upon Shakespeare and Milton, by the late S. T. Coleridge [corrupt text], edited by J. Payne Collier (London: Chapman & Hall, 1856).


  • Biographia Literaria, 2 volumes, edited by J. Shawcross (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1907).

  • The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 2 volumes, edited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1912).

  • The Philosophical Lectures of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, edited by Kathleen Coburn (London & New York: Pilot Press, 1949; New York: Philosophical Library, 1949).

  • The Notebooks of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, edited by Coburn, 3 volumes to date (New York: Pantheon, 1957- ).

  • The Collected Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, general editor Coburn, 13 volumes to date (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1969- ; London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969- ).

  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Oxford Authors, edited by H. J. Jackson (Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 1985).


  • [Sonnets from various authors], edited, with contributions, by Coleridge (N.p., 1796).


  • The Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 2 volumes, edited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge (London: Heinemann, 1895; Boston & New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1895).

  • Unpublished Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 2 volumes, edited by Earl Leslie Griggs (London: Constable, 1932; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1933).

  • Collected Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 6 volumes, edited by Griggs (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1956-1973).

  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Selected Letters, edited by H. J. Jackson (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1987).