hypertexted Coleridge poems

Fri, 04 Mar 94 17:45:01 -0800

I have several S. T. Coleridge poems, which I had
downloaded from the net and then converted from ascii
to html (no, not exactly my _work_, but I
needed _something_ interesting to learn emacs with!).
I'd like to offer them back to the Internet,
but cannot do it directly from here (semi-permeable
firewall). I contacted people at gopher.cc.columbia.edu
and microworld.media.mit.edu (where I got the poems
from) a couple of weeks ago, but they haven't responded
yet. So if any of you want to make them available to
the internet by an http server, I'd like to get the
poems to you by ftp or email so that you can.

The poems are:
Dejection: An Ode from Columbia gopher
Kubla Kahn from Columbia gopher
Rime of the Ancient Mariner from Columbia gopher
Frost at Midnight from MIT (wais?)
Work without Hope from MIT (wais?)

By hypertexting, I mean both formatting and replacing
the line numbers by NAME-type links. So people can link _to_
specific parts of the poems, but the line numbers don't
show when the file is viewed with xmosaic or whatever.
They also may have a couple of links to some annotations
or translations that were originally part of the ascii
files. I also proofed them against two different printed
copies, so they should be free of typos.

any takers out there?


Marj Tiefert, Biosym Technologies, San Diego, California, USA
marj@biosym.com (...the usual disclaimer...)

...the one Life within us and abroad,
Which meets all motion and becomes its soul,      
A light in sound, a sound-like power in light
Rhythm in all thought, and joyance every where--... 
                           -- S. T. Coleridge, 1795

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