Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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Coleridge is Born!

October 21, 1772

Started to going to Christ Hospital

1781 - 1791

A Charity School

Attended Jesus College

1791 - 1794

Won Brownie Gold Medal

1792

For an ode about slave trade.

Enlisted in Royal Dragoons

December 1793

Mearried Sarah Fricker

1795

First issue of his journal

March 1796

Titled "The Watchman"

Writes Rime of the Ancient Mariner

1797 - 1798

Most fruitful years of his life

1797 - 1798

Coleridge and Wordsworth publish "The Lyrical Ballads"

1798

A Joint volume of poetry

Publishes Rime of the Ancient Mariner

1798

Coleridge and Wordsworth go to Germany

1798 - 1799

Coleridge and Wordsworth stayed at Thomas Hutchinson's farm near Darlington

1799 - 1800

Coleridge returns to England

1800 - 1804

And settles with his family

Coleridge goes to Sicily and Malta

1804 - 1806

Acts as the Public Secretary of Malta

Coleridge in England

1806 - 1807

Travels to Sicily, Italy, and Malta

1807 - 1808

To improve his health and reduce his consumption of opium

Seperates from his wife

1808

Quarrels with Wordsworth

1810

Gave a series of lectures in London and Bristol

1810 - 1820

Loses part of his annuity

1811

Puts himself in the care of Dr. Daniel

1814

Because of his opium addiction

Approaches a publisher for the possibility of translating Faust

August 1814

Finishes Biographia Literaria

1817

Publishes Sibylline Leaves

1817

He is super depressed and his addiction is worsening

1817

Moves just north of London in the care of physician James Gillman

Publishes Aids to Reflection

1825

Publishes Church and State

1826

Coleridge Dies D:

July 25, 1834