Coleridge

When I first approached Coleridge’s poetry, I was not the biggest fan. “The Rime of Ancient Mariner” was a very intricate poem to read and I did not like the excessive sadness in his works. But after attending the discussion class on him, I stand corrected. It’s amazing how much of his work reflects his personal life and inner devastation. He suffered from depression but it was not discovered in his time so due to incapability of understanding his own feelings, he decided to write about it

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