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Author: H. Buxton Forman,John Keats
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Title: The Complete Works of John Keats
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Publisher: Ams Pr Inc (June 1, 1970)

The Complete Works of John Keats by H. Buxton Forman,John Keats



Keats, John, 1795-1821. Note: Glasgow, : Gowars & Gray, 1900-1901.

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The Complete Poetical Works of John Keats with Notes and Appendices by H. Deluxe Leather Hard Cover) (Published by Thomas Y. Crowell Company, New York. Keats, John; Dole, Nathan Haskell; Forman, H. Buxton; Hunt, Leigh. In 1883 Reeves first published a four volume set of Keats complete poetical works which included and extensive preface by Forman. In 1889 the four volume set was republished with minor revisions.

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The Complete Poetical Works and Letters of John Keats. Horace Elisha Scudder. John Keats was a romantic poet. A definition of romanticism is the renaissance of wonder. Restlessness testified to social conscience. Keats was influenced by the visual arts. The English tendancy in painting is to be ethereal, sinuous, flowing, liquid. Keats existed in isolation. His brother Tom died at age nineteen. Leigh Hunt, a journalist, was immensely kind to Keats. Fanny Brawne was not the only woman to whom Keats was attracted. If you are a Keats freak, this is a must have book. I only wish I still had my copy, purchased almost 30 years ago and loaned to a so-called friend.

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Goldenfang
John Keats was a romantic poet. A definition of romanticism is the renaissance of wonder. The second half of the eighteenth century saw the industrialization of England. Restlessness testified to social conscience. Keats was influenced by the visual arts. The English tendancy in painting is to be ethereal, sinuous, flowing, liquid. Keats existed in isolation. His brother Tom died at age nineteen. Leigh Hunt, a journalist, was immensely kind to Keats.

Fanny Brawne was not the only woman to whom Keats was attracted. He did not know Shelley well. Keats moved to London in 1815. He thought that Wordsworth lacked self-effacement. He wrote famously of negative capability. In 1819 he wrote 'Ode to a Nightingale', 'Ode on a Grecian Urn', 'Ode on Melancholy' and 'Ode to Indolence'. He braced himself for sneering reviews and suffered through poverty. He died in 1821.

Keats's letters are great. He had steadiness of purpose and confidence. He had a vivd sense that life is for living. He found all life is some way precious. He compared human life to a large mansion with many apartments. Spenser and Milton were potent influences on Keats's poetry.

The plot of 'Endymion' is confusing. Keats planned a sort of allegory. 'The Eve of St. Agnes' carried onviction. 'Hyperion' is in part about political and social revolution. Keats made a mistake, though, in attempting epic poetry. The poet painstakingly learned Italian to read Dante. 'La Belle sans Merci' is haunting. Keats drew on a body of experience enriched by his great intelligence and fine sensibility. In 'Ode to Autumn' Keats achieves perfection.

A bibliography and general index appear after the text of this excellent study.
Wafi
This has every single one of Keats works, unabridged. If you are a Keats freak, this is a must have book. I only wish I still had my copy, purchased almost 30 years ago and loaned to a so-called friend.