eldest son of S. T. Coleridge. He lost his Oxford fellowship for intemperance. In 1833 he published Poems, Songs and Sonnets and his unfinished Biographia Borealis, retitled Worthies of Yorkshire and Lancashire in 1836. He contributed to Blackwood's Magazine, the London Magazine, and other journals. His Essays and Marginalia (1851) were edited by his brother Derwent. He is the subject of two important poems by his father, ‘Frost at Midnight’ and ‘The Nightingale’.
Subjects: Literary Studies (19th Century).