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S T Coleridge:

S T Coleridge was an English poet in  Romantic Age.  He was a bosom friend and literary collaborator of William Wordsworth. He was born in 1772. He was a Poet of Supernaturalism. He was also a literary critic and philosopher. He was addicted to opium.. He was a member of lake poets in England. He died in 1834 at the age of 61 in  U.K.

Famous books:

  •  Biographia Literaria

Famous Poems:

1. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.

2. Kubla Khan

3. Christabel

4. Dejection: An ode

Famous quotes of S T Coleridge:

1) "Water, water, every where
        Nor any drop to drink."

2) Alone, alone, all, all alone
Alone on a wide, wide sea.

3) He prayth best who loveth best
All things both great and small.

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