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Interfused: Imagination, faith and reason in Romantic Writers

Indicative secondary sources


M.H. Abrams, The Mirror and the Lamp, 1958.
Natural Supernaturalism: Tradition and Revolution in Romantic Literature, 1971.
J.A.  Appleyard, Coleridge’s Philosophy of Literature, 1965.
Irving Babbitt, Rousseau and Romanticism, 1919.
Peter Allen, The Cambridge Apostles: The Early Years, 1978.
Robert Barth, Coleridge and Christian Doctrine, 1969.
Jeffrey W. Barbeau, ed., The Cambridge Companion to British Romanticism and Religion, 2021.
 Jonathan Bate, The Poet Who Changed the World: William Wordsworth and the Romantic Revolution, 2020.
John Beer, Coleridge the Visionary, 1959.
Coleridge’s Variety, 1974.
Frederick C. Beiser, German Romanticism: The Struggle against Subjectivism 1781-1801, 2002.
James Boulger, Coleridge as Religious Thinker, 1961.
Monika Class, Coleridge and Kantian Ideas in England, 1796-1817: Coleridge’s Responses to German Philosophy, 2012
S.T. Coleridge, On Religion and Psychology, ed. John Beer, 2002.
Biographia Literaria (1817), ed. Nigel Leask, 1997.
Philip Connell, Romanticism, Economics, and the Question of Culture, 2001
David Duff, ed., The Oxford Handbook of British Romanticism, 2018
Michael Ferber, Romanticism: A Very Short Introduction, 2010.
Northrop Frye, A Study of English Romanticism, 1968. 
Essays in Romanticism (journal), Liverpool UP, 2011ff.
Paul Hamilton, Coleridge and German Philosophy: The Poet in the Land of Logic, 2007
Philip Leonard, Trajectories of Mysticism in Theory and Literature, 2000.
D.M. MacKinnon, ‘Coleridge and Kant’ in J. Beer (ed.), Coleridge’s Variety, 1974.
A.O. Lovejoy,  “On the Discrimination of Romanticisms.” PMLA, vol. 39, no. 2, 1924, pp. 229–53. JSTOR, 
Essays in the History of Ideas, 1948.
Emma Mason, The Cambridge Introduction to William Wordsworth, 2010.
John Mee, ‘Wordsworth’s Chastened Enthusiasm’ in Mark Canuel, ed., British Romanticism Criticism and Debates, 2014.
James Najarian, 'Romanticisms, Histories, and Romantic Cultures', College Literature , Johns Hopkins, Summer, 2003, Vol. 30, No. 3 (Summer, 2003), pp. 139-150 JSTOR,
Graham Neville, Coleridge and Liberal Religious Thought: Romanticism, Science and Theological Tradition, 2010.
Stephen Prickett, Romanticism and Religion: The Tradition of Coleridge and Wordsworth in the Victorian Church, 1976.
Melvin Rader, Wordsworth:A Philosophical Approach, 1967.
Robert M. Ryan, The Romantic Reformation, Cambridge University Press, 1997
Christopher Stokes, Romantic Prayer: Reinventing the Poetics of Devotion, 1773-1832, 2021
Paul Varner, Historical Dictionary of Romanticism in Literature, 2015.
Basil Willey, ‘Wordsworth and the Locke Tradition’ in The Seventeenth Century Background: Studies in the Thought of the Age in Relation to Poetry and Religion, 1996.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 1972.
T.R. Wright, Theology and Literature, 1988.


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