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letters of Sara Hutchinson from 1800 to 1835

Sara Hutchinson

letters of Sara Hutchinson from 1800 to 1835

by Sara Hutchinson

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wordsworth, William, -- 1770-1850 -- Friends and associates,
  • Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, -- 1772-1834

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Kathleen Coburn.
    ContributionsCoburn, Kathleen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR5883 H8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxviii, 474 p., [4] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages474
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14257352M

    Reasons for the bill entituled A bill for securing to Mr. John Hutchinson the property of a movement invented by him for the more exact measuring of time both in motion and at rest in answer to those offered by the Clock-makers of London against it. by: Hutchinson, John, Published: (). New York: Pantheon Books, ; Hutchinson, Sara. Letters from Ed. Kathleen Coburn. London: Routledge & Paul, ; References ^ a b c Coburn, Kathleen 'In Pursuit of Coleridge' Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, ^ a b Victoria University Library Special Collections ^ Canadian Who's Who University of Toronto Press. Vol. pg

    This chapter examines the complex framework of echoes, allusions, and cross-references that hold the poem together, seeming at one and the same time to assert a connection with the past and to suggest that this has been dissolved. Though offering a close reading, and mainly following the poem's own structure, the chapter pursues associations where they lead, in the hope of understanding what. Dating note: this letter was written after Southey had sent his letter to Croker on 15 December (Letter ), but before he received proofs of his poem on Saturday, 18 December BACK [1] Mary Barker and Wordsworth’s sister-in-law, Sara Hutchinson, had been making extracts from the Edinburgh Review to provide Southey with material.

    A sermon preached in the parish church of Prestbury, in the diocese of Chester: on Thursday, October 9, By Joseph Ward, by: Ward, Joseph, or Published: (). STC letter to Thomas Poole, Greta Hall, 14 August, 'Our house is a delightful residence, something less than half a mile from the Lake of Keswick, & something more than a furlong from the town. It commands both that Lake, & the Lake Bassenthwaite – Skiddaw is behind us – to the left, the right, & in front, Mountains of all shapes.


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by Adam Roberts ‘Asra’ was Coleridge’s private name for Sara Hutchinson (). There she is, in the image below (from Richard Holmes’s Coleridge: Darker Reflections, ); on the left Wordsworth’s own silhouette of her, and on the right a figure from Ciro Ferri’s ‘The Marriage of Boas and Ruth’, that Coleridge saw in Bolton Abbey inand which he claimed reminded.

Book Description: Sarah Hutchinson has never been much more than a name, though a name connected with some of the greatest in English literature. Now her letters, printed for the first time, to members of her family and to friends demonstrate how worthwhile it is to know her for herself as well.

Richard Holmes, Darker Reflections, –34 (New York: Pantheon, ), pp. –, only imagines the simmering desires and frustrations as the hopeless lovers lean together near the lamp in the dark room night after night.

George Whalley in Coleridge and Sara Hutchinson, pp. 73–74, claims: “That she loved him and had a sympathetic understanding of his condition—an understanding. Well. if the Bard was weatherwise, who made The grand old Ballad of Sir Patrick Spence, This Night, so tranquil now, will not go hence Unrous'd by winds, that ply a busier trade Than that, which moulds yon clouds in lazy flakes, Or the dull sobbing Draft, that drones & rakes Upon the Strings of this Eolian Lute, Which better far were mute.

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Sarah Hutchinson has never been much more than a name, though a name connected with some of the greatest in English literature. The sister of Mrs. Wordsworth, and a member of the Wordsworth household for thirty years, Coleridge's beloved Asra to whom many of his poems were written, Southey's friend and Lamb's, and a guest of the Arnolds at Rugby, she was a member of an Author: Kathleen Coburn.

Correspondence includes letters between the Wordsworth family and Henry Reed; letters from the Wordsworths to George Huntly Gordon, former secretary to Sir Walter Scott; correspondence with fellow writers such as Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Robert Southey, and Thomas De Quincey; and extensive correspondence among members of the Hutchinson, Monkhouse, and Wordsworth families.

Kathleen Hazel Coburn, OC, FRSC (September 7, – Septem ) was a Canadian academic and a leading authority on the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Born in Stayner, Ontario, a fourth generation Canadian of Scottish–Irish descent, Coburn was one of six children born to John Coburn, a Methodist minister, and Susannah Wesley Emerson, Coburn was educated at Harbord Collegiate.

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