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date: 08 August 2020

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This article examines the genres of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poetry. In 1849, Coleridge's daughter enumerated the modes of the poetic faculty of her father, which included love poems, imaginative poems, and satirical poems. Max Schulz also categorized Coleridge's poetry into various poetic voices in his The Poetic Voices of Coleridge. His list included farrago, prophecy, and conversation. The article highlights the overlap in the genres of Coleridge's poetry.

Keywords: Samuel Taylor Coleridge, poetry, poetic faculty, Max Schulz, poetic voices

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