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Then, drawing on Anya Taylor’s insight that the title ‘Dejection’ derives from Milton, the chapter places the poem in the context of Milton’s Sonnet XIX, ‘When I consider how my Light is Spent’: while Milton’s speaker is blind (both literally and metaphorically), Coleridge’s can see but is unable to feel, and feeling is not feeling per se, but rather is, or derives from, a feeling of God’s loving presence in the Universe. In ‘Dejection: an Ode’, it seems as if it were the founding figure of the mother, as the repository of the love of God, that had been retrospectively withdrawn.
E. eliciting, the latent man in all natives of the soil, trains them up to citizens of the country, free subjects of the realm’ (Ch & St, 48). e. ‘a shaping spirit’), which is able to mould both the individual and the nation into one. , 493n). , 494) and the ‘nisus formativus of social man’ (F I. 493),3 and refers to the ‘increasing interest which good men of all denominations feel in the bringing about of a national Education’ 33 34 A Modern Coleridge (F II. 289)’ as early as 1809. 4 In Logic (compiled around 1825), however, he underlines not only the similarity, but also the difference between ‘nature’ that ‘educes’ and ‘man’ who, subsequently, ‘educates’ or ‘trains up’: ‘What Nature has educed, man educates, or trains up’ (L, 9).
The organic form on the other hand is innate, it shapes as it develops itself from within, and the fullness of its development is one & the same with the perfection of its outward Form. , 495) Coleridge’s ‘latent man’ equally shapes and develops itself from within, like the organic form, due to gentle processes of educing, eliciting, and training. , 500, italics added). And since, according to Coleridge, neither artworks, nor individuals or nations can simply flourish like flowers do, it is the power of The Shaping Spirit of Education 37 education/imagination that has to bring forth what is latently ‘within’, and is in harmony with ‘the properties of’, the material.
A Modern Coleridge: Cultivation, Addiction, Habits by Andrea Timár (auth.)