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Sara Coleridge: Her Life and Thought (Nineteenth Century Major Lives and Letters) 2014th Edition

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"Sara Coleridge has been consistently underrated in the past, and Jeffrey W. Barbeau's fine study does much to redress the balance." - John Beer, Professor of English Literature, University of Cambridge, UK

"Sara Coleridge has been known as the daughter of her father, the poet-philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and the defender of his reputation in the next generation. Jeffrey W. Barbeau does not diminish the importance of these roles, but he shows in this book how fully Sara acted as a participant in the theologico-metaphysical debates of her day. Taking issue with the Oxford Movement, she wrote penetratingly on the salient religious issues of the time such as the nature of regeneration. We can now clearly see Sara as an independent and creative intelligence." - David Bebbington, Professor of History, University of Stirling, UK

"Jeffrey W. Barbeau's sparkling critical introduction to Sara Coleridge proclaims her significance as one of the foremost intellectuals of her time. Moving beyond her poetry for children and editorial work, Barbeau presents a philosophically energetic and lively woman whose hitherto neglected writings on theology, education, illness, aesthetics, and the Bible confirm her significance within late Romanticism and nineteenth-century culture. Whether critiquing Tractarianism and Roman Catholicism, or defending her father's biblical hermeneutics, Coleridge's writing is revealed as both captivating and discerning in a study that promises to inaugurate further scholarship on this much overlooked thinker and critic." - Emma Mason, Professor of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick, UK

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JEFFREY W. BARBEAU is an associate professor of Theology at Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, USA.

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Jeffrey W. Barbeau (Ph.D., Marquette University, Religious Studies) is associate professor of theology in the Graduate School of Wheaton College (Ill.). He holds graduate degrees in English Literature (M.A., Old Dominion University) and Theology (M.A., Marquette University). His teaching, research, and writing develop at the intersection between theology, literature, and history.

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