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Hartley Coleridge

English poet, biographer, literary critic, and teacher of the first nineteenth century. He’s perhaps best kept in mind for his sonnets as well as for a lyrical play entitled Prometheus. He was trained by his dad in his more youthful years; later on, he went to Merton University, Oxford. His parents called him after British philosopher David Hartley. His siblings, Sara Coleridge and Derwent Coleridge, had been, like Hartley and their dad, authors. He was the oldest child from the renowned poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The elder Coleridge pointed out his child in poems such as for example “Frost at nighttime.”

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