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LIBRARY CORMORANT '

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Talk by George Whalley
As a young man Coleridge wrote: 'I am and ever have been a great reader, and have read almost everything-a library cormorant.' The notes he wrote, throughout his life,, in the books he read are of great importance for an understanding of his own work and person^ George Whalley, Associate
Professor of English at Queen's University, Ontario, has been tracing the many books containing Colendges marginalia which still exist. In this talk he comments on the variety and the significance of this material, much of which has never been published.

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