Samuel Taylor Coleridge was the son of a country vicar in Devonshire. He was given the classical schooling at public school and ancient university. When he was 25 yers old, he was one of the most educated men of his days. At Cambridge he became a supporter of French Revolution and democratic ideas. But he was deceived by this revolution. So he became attached to Romanticism.
He spent a long time in a beautiful Lake District of NW england. There he acquainted wiith Wordsworth and joined the group of poets Lakists. Together they wrote and published a
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