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by Professor Carol Kyros Walker,Carol Kyros Walker

Author: Professor Carol Kyros Walker,Carol Kyros Walker
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Yale University Press; First edition (presumed; no earlier dates stated) edition (November 1, 2002)
Pages: 208 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
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Carol Kyros Walker is an artist in residence at the Art Institute of Chicago

Carol Kyros Walker is an artist in residence at the Art Institute of Chicago. Carol Walker follows Coleridge's 263 mile walking tour from over 200 years ago. Mostly color photos record all the sights along the way, and what sights they are. The text consists of a short but thorough history of the tour, and at the end pages from Coleridge's travel journal and letters written during his journey.

When Samuel Taylor Coleridge set out on a tour of Scotland with his friends. In a remarkable photographic and literary essay, she argues that Coleridge’s speed (263 miles in eight days), energy, reflections, notes, and letters all betray a man of great talent who was breaking away-from the Wordsworths, from his wife, from his life in the Lake District, and from a dry phase of his writing career.

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Breaking Away Coleridge in Scotland Carol Kyros Walker. Carol Kyros Walker?s generously and sometimes gorgeously illustrated book brings added life to Coleridge?s 1803 journey through Scotland; it is suitable for both the scholar?s bookshelf and the general reader?s coffee table. Adam Potkay, Wordsworth Circle.

a b c Carol Kyros Walker, ed. (1997), Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland by Dorothy Wordsworth. Carol Kyros Walker, Samuel Taylor Coleridge (2002). Breaking Away: Coleridge in Scotland. Yale University Press.

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When Samuel Taylor Coleridge set out on a tour of Scotland with his friends William and Dorothy Wordsworth in the summer of 1803, his wits were as sharp as ever but his health, professional career, marriage, and friendship with William and his sister Dorothy were in a deteriorating state. On the fifteenth day of their travels, the Wordsworths and Coleridge parted ways, ostensibly so that Coleridge could return home. Instead he pursued his own Scottish tour, finding pleasure in his solitude, speed, and endurance. This book draws on Coleridge’s letters and notebooks to look at his travels with the Wordsworths from his own point of view and to record and photograph the journey he experienced after he parted from them. Carol Kyros Walker, editor of Dorothy Wordsworth’s own Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland, now retraces Coleridge’s very different Scottish tour and recounts his adventures there. In a remarkable photographic and literary essay, she argues that Coleridge’s speed (263 miles in eight days), energy, reflections, notes, and letters all betray a man of great talent who was breaking away―from the Wordsworths, from his wife, from his life in the Lake District, and from a dry phase of his writing career.