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by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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“Christabel” and the Christabelliads
“The pictographic arrangement of ‘text’ and ‘sex’ in the title of this article embodies my critical focus as well as my methodology. The typographic intersection of ‘text’ and ‘sex’ emblematises my bibliographic reading of the friction between sexuality and textuality in contemporary parodies of Coleridge’s ‘Christabel’ (1816). Where sex and text cross paths, a fruitful scene of interpretation emerges. In this critical space, sexuality is an arena of interpretive conflict between two groups of readers: contemporary parodists and the Coleridge family. The former attempts to more closely align the supernatural and sexual poles of the poem, while the latter endeavours to textually and editorially robe the sexually suggestive elements of ‘Christabel.'”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Chris Koenig-Woodyard
From: Romanticism on the Net Vol. 15 August 1999
A Hypertext History of the Transmission of Coleridge’s “Christabel,” 1800-1816
“A hypertext history of the transmission of Samuel Coleridge’s “Christabel” (1816) from 1800 to 1816 serves as a model with which to explore the theoretical and practical issues at stake in working with a multi-versioned literary work in hypertext form.”
Contains: Historical Context
Author: Chris Koenig-Woodyard
From: Romanticism on the Net Vol. 10 May 1998

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