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제목 “Yet never, Burke! thou drank’st Corruption’s bowl!”: Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Disagreement with Edmund Burke
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Im, Bora. Yet never, Burke! thou drankst Corruptions bowl!: Samuel Taylor Coleridges Disagreement with Edmund Burke. Studies in English Language & Literature 43.4 (2017): 17-33. In this article I would like to examine literary dialogues between Edmund Burke, who was the champion of British conservative philosophies, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a poet, literary critic and polemist. I will focus on Burkes influential political pamphlet, Reflections on the Revolution in France, which was published in 1790 and attracted various political responses at that time. I will compare Burkes Reflections with Coleridges two works written in his early years -- a political pamphlet titled On the Present War, which was included in Conciones Ad Populum and a sonnet, To Burke, written as a part of sonnet cycles, Sonnets on Eminent Characters. Coleridge criticized Burke in those works. In so doing, I will show young Coleridges disagreement with Burkes conservatism. (Chonbuk National University)

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