What happened to Samuel Taylor Coleridge in Malta in 1805? 200 years after the great poet's trip a young American scholar finds the astonishing evidence on the shelves of a monastery library.
Tsipi Keller says: "It is remarkable how much story Cooper Renner packs in this short book. The multilayered, intellectually gripping tale centers and revolves around fragments of a poem written and abandoned by Coleridge in Malta in 1805, as well as a memoir, both found by a young American scholar, who happens upon them in a monastery library while visiting the island. Also included are intriguing illustrations or "illuminations" signed by one CR, and integral descriptions of the stark landscape, which enhance the mystery and richness of Disbelief. Highly recommended."
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