Drawing on the entire corpus of Coleridge’s prose, Emerson Marks shows how the poet’s rationale was grounded in the mimetic theory that informed his distinction between a copy and an imitation which Coleridge himself labeled the universal principle of the fine arts.”
Originally published in 1981.
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