Samuel Taylor Coleridge
- nounEnglish romantic poet (1772-1834)• Syn: ↑Coleridge• Instance Hypernyms: ↑poet• Member Holonyms: ↑lake poets
* * *Samuel Taylor Coleridge [Samuel Taylor Coleridge](1772–1834) an English ↑poet. One of his most famous poems is ↑Ancient Mariner. This was published in Lyrical Ballads (1798), a collection of poems by Coleridge and William Wordsworth which marked the beginning of Romanticism in Britain. His other well-known poem is ↑Kubla Khan, which was written under the influence of the drug ↑opium.
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