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date: 16 June 2019

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In this chapter the author looks at the influence of Coleridge and Wordsworth on the Tractarians. Whereas Keble openly declared his admiration for Wordsworth in his Christian Year and Lectures on Poetry, the no less profound influence of Coleridge on Newman, though rarely acknowledged, was clearly present, both in his Anglican and Catholic periods. The chapter concludes with discussion of the revolutionary implications of Keble’s Crewian Oration, which was given in 1839 when Oxford bestowed an honorary degree on Wordsworth. This discussion draws upon the only extant translation of the Latin text, which is in the author’s possession, and has never been published.

Keywords: Coleridge, Wordsworth, Keble, Newman, poetic theory, 1843 Crewian Oration

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