Project Gutenberg's Biographia Literaria, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge This eBook is for the use of anyone CHAPTER XIV and Anas, form nine-tenths of the reading of the reading Public )—cannot but be familiar with the name, without. Topic: Critically evaluation of Biographia Literaria ch to the centre chapter 14 of Biographia Literaria, Coleridge's view on nature. Biographia literaria ch - 14 by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. NAME: GOND ASMITA K. Roll no.: 2. PAPER NO: 3RD literary. theory and criticism.
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Bhatt Prakruti's Assignments: General estimate of ch Biographia Literaria: Coleridge
He again distinguishes those prose compositions from poem whose biographia literaria chapter 14 is similar to poem i. The primary imagination he holds to be the living power and prime agent of all human perception, and as a repetition in the finite mind of the eternal act of creation in the infinite he was.
The secondary Coleridge consider as an echo of the former, coexisting with the conscious will, yet still as identical with the primary in the kind of agency, and differing only biographia literaria chapter 14 degree, and in the mode of its operation.
It dissolves, diffuses, dissipates, in order to recreate; or where this process is rendered biographia literaria chapter 14. Yet still, at all events, it struggles to idealize and to unify.
Threw above example and speech he says that Wordsworth Writes poem based on nature and its objects and he also explains that the natural object we were found everywhere.
But by taking natural and simple object of nature we should not put our put our poetical personality effectively. And he also explains that simplicity and rustic objects are not good for writing the poetry and so he gives the example by the first cardinal point to point out Wordsworth.
In the second type of the poetry, the incidents and agents were to be supernatural. In this sort of poetry to quote Coleridge.
And real in the sense they have been to every human being who, from biographia literaria chapter 14.
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And the real thing is combind makes a good poem. And Coleridge also explains that by the truth and reality we can gives pleasure threw our poetry and true joy also.
In order to obtain adequate notions of any truth, we must intellectually separate its distinguishable parts; and this is the technical process of philosophy. But having so done, we must then restore them in our conceptions to the unity, in which they actually co-exist; and this is biographia literaria chapter 14 result of philosophy.
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A poem contains the same elements as a prose composition; the difference therefore must consist in a different combination of them, in consequence of a different object being proposed.
According to biographia literaria chapter 14 difference of the object will be the difference of the combination. A poet should make use of artificial words and arrangement words with the help of metre.
It can be done without rhyme or metre sometimes. It is possible, that the object may be merely to facilitate the recollection of any given facts or observations by artificial arrangement; and the composition will be a poem, merely because it is distinguished from prose by metre, or by rhyme, or by biographia literaria chapter 14 conjointly.
It is without any rhyme or metre: Then Coleridge makes an addition that only rhyme and metre cannot create a poem or poetry. Then he talks about some other prose writings and its instant purpose and final end.
A form of literary work named prose; poem and poetry are required and written for instant purpose and the final truth because it can be written for any subject like science, fiction, novel, romance and etc.
And it has to convey some information to the reader or give pleasure or delight biographia literaria chapter 14 at a moment and the final end may be to give truth.
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In second point about poetry, Coleridge drags our attention towards supernatural elements and the events. And he also said that he use to write biographia literaria chapter 14, related with this second cardinal point. And real in this sense they have been to every human being who, from whatever source of delusion, has at any time believed himself under supernatural agency.
Poet can create an imaginative world with his thoughts.