A repeating design throughout Coleridge’s poems is the energy of dream and of the fantasy, for example in ‘Dejection’ “Frost at Midnight,” “Christabel,” and “An Ode.” Perhaps the most exceptional world designed by Coleridge can be found in “Kubla Khan.” The famous tale behind the poem is that Coleridge had written the poem following an opium-influenced dream. In this particular poem, Coleridge seems to discover the absolute depths of dream and makes scenery that could not…"Kubla Khan, Explanation, 2nd Video Lecture"
Kubla Khan is one the master piece of writing by S T Coleridge. Kubla Khan is very famous poem by S T Coleridge. S T Coleridge was born in 1772 and died in 1834. He was a poet, lecturer, critics and philosopher. He studied at Cambridge but received no degree. In collaboration with Wordsworth, he wrote “The Lyrical Ballads”, which marks the beginning of the Romantic Movement in English Literature. His contributions to the book…"Kubla Khan, Explanation & Critical Comments 1st Video Lecture"