Coleridge's Philosophy of Language

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This book traces the development of Coleridge's philosophy of language, situating it in the intellectual climate of his era. James C. McKusick offers the persuasive and original argument that Coleridge's linguistic theories for a coherent body of thought underlying his poetry, criticism, and aesthetics.
ISBN: 9780300036671
Publication Date: October 15, 1986
175 pages, 6 x 9
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