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Samuel Taylor Coleridge Review, 1828
"We cannot name one considerable poem of his that is likely to remain upon the thresh-floor of fame...We fear we shall seem to our children to have been pigmies, indeed, in intellect, since a man as Coleridge would appear great to us!"
London Weekly Review
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