Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
23 September 1861 – 25 August 1907
‘he Came Unto His Own, And His Own Received Him Not’
Amazu Donaldmario Ifeanyi
28 Apr 2016 05:08
i love her poems esp "Do not stand on my grave and weep"
Classic Poetry Aloud
27 Sep 2007 02:58
I discovered Mary Coleridge in a popular anthology 'Poetry of Today' (1920, £2 at the local second hand book shop) , and I would agree that she deserves to be read more. To do my bit in spreading the word, I posted a reading of 'Where a Roman Villa Stood, Above Freiburg' at Classic Poetry Aloud. It's available to listen to (for free) at: http: //classicpoetryaloud.podomatic.com/entry/2007-09-27T00_19_37-07_00
16 Jun 2004 12:21
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge is a poet who has recently been 'rediscovered' in the last few years. Several of her poems are now old favourites on university reading lists. It may not be widely known that Coleridge also wrote five novels in her short lifetime. All but one of these are out of print, but are a fascinating read and contrast sharply with her poetry. I am currently researching Coleridge's work for a Phd at the University of Hull. Mary Coleridge is someone who should be widely read.