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lake poets - English poets at the beginning of the 19th century who lived in the Lake District and were inspired by it
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And it was an inspiration for some of the country's most beloved writers including Beatrix Potter, who owned Hill Top Farm, and poets William Wordsworth, Samuel Coleridge and John Ruskin.
The selection ranges from Hiawatha's Wedding Feast by the first British black classical composer Samuel Coleridge Taylor and John Rutter's setting of seven spirituals, Feel The Spirit.
Samuel Coleridge, an English philosopher, wrote: "To resolve laughter into an expression of contempt is contrary to fact, and laughable enough.
IT - Invitation to Bid (ITB): Roof replacement at Samuel Coleridge Taylor Elementary School #122
It was just the kind of intoxicating mixture of adventure and scenery that had inspired and enthused a whole generation of Romantic Movement writers and poets, including Samuel Coleridge and William Wordsworth.
In particular she's interested in how, against the backdrop of revolution, Samuel Coleridge read and helped to disseminate Kant's German Romantic philosophy.
The Roy Davids Collection brings together manuscripts and portraits connected with key literary figures, including TS Eliot, AE Housman, Samuel Coleridge, Thomas Hardy, Charlotte Bronte and Ted Hughes.
The working draft of Ginsberg's poem will be auctioned alongside works by TS Eliot, AE Housman, Samuel Coleridge, Thomas Hardy, Charlotte Bronte and Ted Hughes.
It's a musically eclectic book ranging from jazz musicians such as Louis Armstrong and composers such as Samuel Coleridge Taylor to performers almost every young reader will be familiar with such as Michael Jackson, Jay Z and Beyonce.
Watchet, the closest seaside town, is home to a statue depicting the sad Ancient Mariner who slew the albatross in the poem by Samuel Coleridge, a resident of the area.
Whereas Stock's earlier works focused almost exclusively on the 'textual communities' constituted by the medieval schoolmen, the present book expands the horizon of Stock's fundamental interest to include such modern authors as Arthur Schopenhauer, Samuel Coleridge and Virginia Woolf.