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Gathered leaves from the prose of Mary E. Coleridge

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Mary Elizabeth Coleridge (23 September - 25 August ) was an English poet and novelist. Mary Elizabeth Coleridge (23 September – 25 August ) was a British novelist and poet who also wrote essays and reviews.

She wrote poetry under the pseudonym Anodos, taken from George MacDonald; other influences on her were Richard Watson Dixon and Christina Rossetti. Robert Bridges, the Poet Laureate, described her poems as 'wonderously beautiful but mystical rather and enigmatic'.

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Mary Elizabeth Coleridge was a British novelist and poet, who also wrote essays and reviews. She taught at the London Working Women's College for twelve years from to She wrote poetry under the pseudonym Anodos, taken from George MacDonald/5.

“SET THE CRYSTAL SURFACE FREE!”: MARY E. COLERIDGE AND THE SELF-CONSCIOUS FEMME FATALE. Women's Writing: Vol. 14, Female Transgression in Nineteenth-Century Literature, pp. Author: Heather L. Braun. Mary Elizabeth Coleridge died on Aug due to complications from an appendicitis.

The rest of her poetry was published postpartum "Poems by Mary E. Coleridge," edited by Henry Newbolt, in followed by Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E. Coleridge, edited by Edith Sichel in   What little we do know is presented in hagiographical and elliptical form in Sichel's Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary Coleridge ofwhich includes fragments from her letters and journal.

Little of her voluminous correspondence has survived and (so far as I am aware) there is no cache of unpublished poetry manuscripts. (ed.) Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E. Coleridge () Michel de Montaigne () The Renaissance "Yonge, Charlotte Mary," in Dictionary of National Biography Second Supplement, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., () in 3 vols.

Works about Sichel "Death of Miss Edith Sichel," in The Times (). Catherine de' Medici and the French reformation by Sichel, Edith Helen, at - the best online ebook storage.

Gathered leaves from the prose of Mary E. Coleridge / 5. New and old 5/ 5. New and old 5/ 5. Gathered leaves from the prose of Mary E. Coleridge / 5. The household of the Lafayettes 5/ 5. Women and men /5(3). The Woodhouse correspondence by Sichel, Edith Helen, at - the best online ebook storage.

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‘The leaves are set too thick together For the point of a sword. By Mary Elizabeth Coleridge About this Poet British writer Mary Coleridge was well known in her day as a novelist and essayist; now, she is better known for her poetry.

The great-grandniece of Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the daughter of musically talented. Del Prado Miniature Classics Book - Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Selected Poems.

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Free postage. Binding: Hardback. Coleridge's aesthetics. Indeed, often in her poems a prosaic vision leads to ironic reversals and inversions, as for example, in the poem 'St. Andrew's' (I), in 10 Edith Sichel, Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E. Coleridge (London: Constable, ), p. Modificada por última vez 15 de marzo ; traducido julio [Traducción de Xiana Sotelo revisada y editada por Asun diseño HTML, el formato, y los enlaces de George P.

Landow.]. Mary Elizabeth Coleridge podría encajar aparentemente en el arquetipo de solterona victoriana que escribió poesía de géneros menores para purgar sus frustraciones y deseos ocultos. Mary E(lizabeth) Coleridge 1, words, approx. 6 pages "Strong as a man, and gentle as a maid," in the words of Bernard Holland (as quoted by Edith Sichel in Gathered Leaves, ), Mary Elizabeth Coleridge was best known in her lifetime as a novelist and.

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Coleridge / with a memoir by Edith Sichel Coleridge, Mary E. (Mary Elizabeth), [ Book: ]. of her lectures and essays in Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E. Coleridge (). In spite of being highly regarded by other poets, most of Mary Coleridge’s poetry was not collected and published until after her death.

As a consequence, her poems drew very little attention until in earlywhen fellow poet Henry. Victorian Women Poets Bibliography. ANTHOLOGIES. Armstrong, Isobel, Joseph Bristow with Cath Sharrock.

Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E. Coleridge, with a Memoir by Edith Sichel. London: Constable, Alice Meynell, John Davidson, Francis Thompson, Mary Coleridge, Katharine Tynan. Edwin Mellen Press, Harrison, Antony H.Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E.

Coleridge, with a Memoir by Edith Sichel (London: Constable and Company Ltd., ), p. (June 3, ; ellipsis in original; Anodos was a pseudonym of the author): Anodos had in his early youth a great liking for sermons.

Not that he ever understood or remembered them, but the taste of them was sweet to his palate.Mary Coleridge, Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E. Coleridge, pages Yet she was ever mindful of a larger context as well: "More and more as life goes on I feel as if one of the big temptations of it were to rest content with negative ease and freedom from worry, and to forget that that's only the body of happiness and not the : Stephen Pentz.