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Revisionary GleamDe Quincey, Coleridge and the High Romantic Argument$
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Daniel Sanjiv Roberts

Print publication date: 1999

Print ISBN-13: 9780853237945

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.5949/UPO9781846313936

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Conclusion: Visions and Revisions: New Directions in De Quincey Studies

Conclusion: Visions and Revisions: New Directions in De Quincey Studies

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(p.261) Conclusion: Visions and Revisions: New Directions in De Quincey Studies
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Revisionary Gleam
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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780853237945.003.0007

This chapter discusses future directions for De Quincey studies. This book serves as groundwork to help establish some of the links and continuities between De Quincey's yet-little-known political writings, and his better-known texts. Samuel Taylor Coleridge's influence across a range of texts and contexts provides a rich source of cross-fertilizing potential in approaching the interdisciplinarity of De Quincey's various writings. Despite the focus of the present analysis on the Coleridgean influence on De Quincey's thinking, it should be seen within the context of a broader interest in his intellectual composition within which De Quincey's relationship with the Lake poets is an important factor.

Keywords:   Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Thomas de Quincey, political writings, Lake poets, Coleridgean influence

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