Coleridgian


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Adj.1.Coleridgian - of or relating to Samuel Taylor Coleridge or his writings
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To examine Tolkien as a story-teller, Seeman uses his interpretation of "On Fairy-Stories" as a lens using what he calls "a more or less explicit Coleridgian hermeneutic" (74).
The author, a Coleridgian scholar, makes great use of the numerous illustrations (sixty-five in number of which forty are in colour) to introduce the poet, critic and controversialist to new readers.
He was, indeed, a member of the Victorian constituency that the Coleridgian clerisy deemed to be most in need of edifying 'sweetness and light', namely, the majority of the coarse-grained working poor who adhered to one of the Nonconformist faiths.