The Poetry Of Late Victorian Writer Mary Coleridge 1861 1907 Is Often Startling And Idiosyncratic, Challenging And Disturbing Over The Course Of A Quarter Of A Century, Coleridge Wrote Nearly 250 Poems Lyrics, Ballads, Dramatic Monologues, Sonnets, Elegies And Occasional Verse Which Engage With Issues As Wide Ranging As The Politics Of Relationships And The Position Of Women, Religious Doubt And Spiritual Experience, Nature And The Urban Space, History, War, Art And Creativity.
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 1895 to 1907 She wrote poetry under the pseudonym Anodos, taken from George MacDonald.Coleridge published five novels, the best known of those being The King with Two Faces, which earned her 900 in royalties in 1897 She travelled wid
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