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This article explores Samuel Taylor Coleridge's career as a public man of letters. Coleridge published in newspapers, magazines, and annuals throughout his life. His intense involvement in periodicals was in the years 1797 to 1803, when he was writing prose and poetry regularly for the London daily papers, and in the 1820s, when the growth in popularity of literary magazines and annuals coincided with his need for a new audience. The article discusses Coleridge's conception of public writing and its relation with temporality.
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