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This article examines Samuel Taylor Coleridge's relationship with his publisher Charles Cottle and his friend and patron Thomas Poole. It discusses Coleridge's struggles to apply Pantisocratic notions to his patron/publisher relationship with Cottle and the damaging effects of this failed relationship. The article describes Poole's influence on Coleridge's search for an economic model and on his attempts at building a community of sympathetic subscribers.
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