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  • n. Plural form of pantisocrat.


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  • The "Brother" foal, italicized in Coleridge's text arguably to emphasize precisely this revolutionary significance,14 is to be set freeso the speaker would wish, anywayto dwell in "mild Equality" with the poet and his fellow pantisocrats, in a life of work and playful "bray [s] of joy" (34-35).

    'Sweet Influences': Human/Animal Difference and Social Cohesion in Wordsworth and Coleridge, 1794-1806

  • The plan anticipated the experiments of Owen and Cabet; but the pantisocrats did not experience the disappointments of the socialists, for it was never carried out.

    The Idea of Progress An inguiry into its origin and growth

  • It is, perhaps, unnecessary to state that before Pantisocracy was imagined or devised, one of the future pantisocrats, Robert Lovell, was married to Mary Fricker; that Robert

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 4

  • George Burnett, one of the pantisocrats, occasionally resided with Coleridge, and during the latter's temporary absence from

    Biographia Epistolaris, Volume 1.

  • London or at Trinity. two days in London. one with you, when I shall call on him. the other with some friends of Coleridge [1] & correspondents of mine — admirable poets & pantisocrats. how will Strachey receive me? is he alterd? will he be reservd & remember only our difference? or is there still the same goodness of heart in him as when we first met?

    Letter 119


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