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Thu Oct 16 18:01:06 2014 UTClccn-n800358840.19Bright star0.370.86The eve of St. Agnes : a poem /66508882John_Keatsn 80035884418034John KeatsKeats.Keats 1795-1821Keats, JohnKēts, Tzōn 1795-1821Kʻichʻŭ 1795-1821Kits, Dz︠h︡onKits, Dzhon 1795-1821Kíts, DžonKits, Džon 1795-1821Kits, J.Китс, Джон 1795-1821קיטס, ג'ון 1795-1821جون كيتس، 1795-1821キーツ, ジョンlccn-n79054060Shelley, Percy Bysshe1792-1822othhnrlyrlccn-n79006595Wordsworth, William1770-1850lccn-n81026857Byron, George Gordon ByronBaron1788-1824lccn-n78095462Coleridge, Samuel Taylor1772-1834lccn-n50029931Gittings, Robertothedtlccn-n79039769Bate, Walter Jackson1918-1999edtlccn-n50011354Stillinger, Jackedtlccn-n50048212Rollins, Hyder Edward1889-1958othedtlccn-n80032721Hunt, Leigh1784-1859hnrlccn-nr92006542Brawne, Fanny1800-1865Keats, John1795-1821Criticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceBiographyPoetryDramaManuscriptsFictionHistoryArtists' booksFilm adaptationsKeats, John,Poets, EnglishEnglish poetryPastoral poetryPoetryGreat BritainRomanticismLiteratureBrawne, Fanny,EnglandEnglishUnited StatesKeats, George,HomesFamiliesPower (Social sciences) in literatureSex (Psychology) in literatureMasculinity in literatureWordsworth, William,English poetry--Male authorsColeridge, Samuel Taylor,Poetry--Psychological aspectsMen in literatureMan-woman relationshipsBrothersEndymion (Greek mythology)Epic poetry, EnglishParadise lost (Milton, John)Milton, John,Love poetry, RomanceLove poetryLyric poetryMythology, GreekTitans (Mythology)Christian poetry, EnglishShelley, Percy Bysshe,Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft,ExaminationsEnglish literatureChristian poetry, English--Early modernLibrariesPoems (Keats, John)Garrod, H. W.--(Heathcote William),Correspondence (Keats, John)Authors, EnglishPrivate pressesEngland--LondonForman, H. Buxton--(Harry Buxton),Ward, AileenLindsay, Vachel,179518211800180718141815181618171818181918201821182218231825182618281829183118321835183618371838184018411842184418451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014258367391711179821.7PR4836ocn026185021ocn161995151ocn032830670ocn030846431ocn874080060ocn214648606ocn069417493ocn019799739ocn645951231ocn774893595ocn056316745ocn063552371ocn081149414ocn795463812ocn429075013ocn767462303ocn247618446ocn245809919ocn313383610ocn462745998ocn832443216ocn845666680ocn253061674ocn247181361ocn258597358ocn257874572ocn185599594ocn460104217ocn725191981ocn725295829ocn725127235ocn725591302ocn724941393ocn724929106ocn725061093ocn439729276ocn456028632ocn442912005ocn865071084ocn864638743ocn881805227ocn846734546Poets, English72161038ocn000359799book18000.56Keats, JohnPoetical worksCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyAutographsPoetryPortraitsRecords and correspondenceTHE POEMS AND NUMEROUS LETTERS TO FELLOW POETS AND FRIENDS ARE ACCOMPANIED BY BIOGRAPHICAL AND TEXTUAL NOTES+-+52156374653245237266ocn049294753book18200.35Keats, JohnPoems of John KeatsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryOver the course of his short life, John Keats (1795-1821) honed a raw talent into a brilliant poetic maturity. By the end of his brief career, he had written poems of such beauty, imagination and generosity of spirit, that he had - unwittingly - fulfilled his wish that he should 'be among the English poets after my death'. This new, wide-ranging selection of Keats' poetry has been selected by Claire Tomalin+-+82093973053243531168ocn020755526book18170.33Keats, JohnJohn KeatsBiographyPoetryRecords and correspondenceManuscriptsKeats's poetic genius erupted in 1816 in the first of a series of great works. This volume contains all the poems known to have been written by Keats, arranged by date of composition. The texts are complemented by extensive notes, an index of classical names and extracts from Keats's letters+-+96846374653242416232ocn001295341book18170.27Keats, JohnPoemsHistoryFictionThis volume contains a full selection of Keats' work, including his lyric poems, narrative poems, letters, and an index of first lines+-+9800594215198779ocn049294255file18160.35Keats, JohnEndymion a poetic romancePoetryIllustrationsManuscripts+-+84226646961539131ocn026931845book19000.26Keats, JohnSelected poems and lettersCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryRecords and correspondenceThis is a collection of Keats's best and most famous poems, including some of his sonnets and three of his longer narrative poems+-+0276452605140948ocn049294292file18160.26Keats, JohnHyperion a fragmentPoetryManuscripts+-+2660764696136239ocn049294362file18160.26Keats, JohnIsabella or, The pot of basil12515ocn049294943file18160.24Keats, JohnSleep and poetry12497ocn049294327file18160.24Keats, JohnI stood tip-toe upon a little hill119510ocn000360870book19530.50Wasserman, Earl RThe finer tone: Keats' major poemsCriticism, interpretation, etc10598ocn001137822book19670.20Coleman, ElliottPoems of Byron, Keats, and ShelleyA collection of poems by Byrn, Keats and Shelley98661ocn008388427book19730.29Keats, JohnComplete poemsHere is the first reliable edition of Keats's complete poems designed expressly for general readers and students. Jack Stillinger provides helpful explanatory notes to the poems which give dates of composition, identify quotations and allusions, gloss names and words not included in the ordinary desk dictionary, and refer the reader to the best critical interpretations of the poems. The new introduction provides central facts about Keats's life and career, describes the themes of his best work, and speculates on the causes of his greatness+-+768906921598112ocn029844996book19310.20Keats, JohnThe complete poems of John KeatsBiographyPresents all of the English poet's verse, including his sonnets and odes, the allegorical romance "Endymion," and the five-act poetic tragedy "Otho the Great"+-+7356514215837136ocn001661716book18950.30Keats, JohnThe complete poetical works and letters of John KeatsPoetryRecords and correspondence+-+30065585667736ocn000358343book19510.26Keats, JohnComplete poetry and selected prose76912ocn000089928book19700.53Keats, JohnThe odes of Keats and their earliest known manuscriptsCriticism, interpretation, etcManuscripts748185ocn002208831book18670.59Keats, JohnLettersBiographyRecords and correspondenceBy turns interesting, witty, humorous, idealistic, realistic, discursive and even occasionally gossipy, this poignant and exhilarating collection of letters was edited by H Buxton Forman. It includes epistles to Fanny Brawne, the love of his life and provides incomparable insight into the short life of the great Romantic poet+-+1635637465324591125ocn003131224book18000.86Keats, JohnThe eve of St. Agnes : a poemPoetryArtists' books+-+08904420363245502ocn024463926book19910.66Lau, BethKeats's reading of the romantic poetsCriticism, interpretation, etc357485ocn000359776book18670.59Keats, JohnLettersBiographyRecords and correspondenceBy turns interesting, witty, humorous, idealistic, realistic, discursive and even occasionally gossipy, this poignant and exhilarating collection of letters was edited by H Buxton Forman. It includes epistles to Fanny Brawne, the love of his life and provides incomparable insight into the short life of the great Romantic poet+-+1635637465324251120ocn000291522book19630.31Bate, Walter JacksonJohn KeatsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFirst years - Guy's Hospital - Endymion - Isabella - Scottish tour - Hyperion - Fanny Brawne - Odes - Lamia - To Autumn - Illness - Italy - Rome and last months+-+3073299215248822ocn436295241book19510.47Keats, JohnSelected letters of John KeatsRecords and correspondence"Keats's letters have long been regarded as an extraordinary record of poetic development and soul-making. They represent one of the most sustained reflections on the poet's art we have from any of the major English poets. Yet quite apart from the light they throw on the poetry, they are great works of literature in their own right. Written with gusto and occasionally painful candour, they show a powerful intelligence struggling to come to terms with its own mortality. Sometimes bitterly jealous in love and socially and financially insecure, at others playful and confident of his own greatness, Keats interweaves his personal plight with the history of a Britain emerging from the long years of the Napoleonic Wars into a world of political unrest, profound social change, and commercial expansion." "This selection of 170 letters, written between 1816 and 1820, includes a new introduction and notes by Jon Mee explaining both the personal and political contexts that brought them to life."--BOOK JACKET+-+4492559215324240412ocn000710904book19630.29Ward, AileenJohn Keats; the making of a poetCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA picture of the life of Keats___22511ocn000711263book19640.27Bate, Walter JacksonKeats : a collection of critical essays / edited by Walter Jackson BateCriticism, interpretation, etcEssays which examine Keats's poems in all their formal variety and philosophic complexity, their inner integrity and verbal magic, edited by the Pulitzer Prize winner192178ocn000361366book18000.53Colvin, SidneyKeatsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThis significant biography of the poet John Keats (1795 1821), is part of the highly respected English Men of Letters series. Keats is best known for his six great odes, and although his poems were not well received during his lifetime, they are now considered among the finest in the English language187912ocn038161253book19970.26Motion, AndrewKeatsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyJohn Keats (1795-1821) is one of the greatest and most loved of all English poets. Beyond the richness of his work, his poignant life has helped to define the modern paradigm of the poet's story. The son of a stable keeper, Keats was orphaned as a boy. He trained as a doctor but gave up his profession for poetry. He contracted tuberculosis while nursing his brother through the fatal illness, and died in Rome at the age of twenty-five. Ardent, generous, and noble, he is a figure of tragic dimension. Andrew Motion's dramatic and astute narration of one of the representative lives in English literature is the first new look at Keats in a generation. Unlike previous biographers, Motion pays close attention to the social and political contexts in which Keats came to maturity, and interleaves Keats's life with his work, making incisive use of Keats's letters+-+9556369285187414ocn011519835book19850.24Bloom, HaroldJohn KeatsCriticism, interpretation, etcHandbooks, manuals, etcStudy guidesPresents biographical information about poet John Keats, and provides thematic analyses and a selection of critical views on five of his poems+-+3351902235185718ocn000295596book19600.30Gittings, RobertJohn KeatsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+396605596532418242ocn044960428file19980.35The persistence of poetry bicentennial essays on KeatsCriticism, interpretation, etcWritten by a broad range of prominent scholars - senior Romanticists as well as younger critics and major poets - the essays offer a fresh reevaluation of the nature and importance of John Keats's achievement. The idealistic aesthete or humanistic hero admired by earlier generations of readers develops into a much richer, more complex image of the poet. The product of a continuing critical dialogue, this new Keats attests not only to his own enduring appeal but also to the persistent vitality of poetry itself amid the distractions of a fragmented postmodern culture+-+277796030532417894ocn048137987file19980.35O'Rourke, James LKeats's odes and contemporary criticismHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJames O'Rourke examines the ways in which the modern reception to Keats's major odes reveals the investments made in these poems by successive generations of critical schools, particularly New Criticism, psychoanalysis, deconstruction, and New Historicism. O'Rourke's reading of the odes locates them within the contexts of literary and cultural history and recovers the innovative force of the poems in a way that speaks to the aesthetics and the politics of the present. This study does much to illuminate what Keats's most virtuosic work has to say about history, nature, gender, ourselves, and each other+-+6540658635170910ocn002360258book19660.29Bush, DouglasJohn Keats, his life and writingsBiography168014ocn000276921book18950.30Keats, JohnThe complete poetical works and letters of John KeatsPoetryRecords and correspondence+-+939106390516645ocn000190950book19680.28Stillinger, JackTwentieth century interpretations of Keats's Odes : a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc16506ocn768572189file20110.33Gigante, DeniseThe Keats brothers the life of John and GeorgeBiographyJohn and George Keats--man of genius and man of power--embodied sibling forms of Romanticism. George's emigration to the U.S. frontier created an abysm of loneliness and alienation in John that would inspire his most plangent and sublime poetry. Gigante's account places John's life in a transatlantic context that has eluded his previous biographers+-+810395921516443ocn044959222file19960.39Watkins, Daniel PSexual power in British romantic poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc162716ocn462157409visu20090.19Campion, JaneBright starFictionDramaFilm adaptationsNineteenth century poet John Keats and the girl next door, Fanny Brawne, started out as unlikely lovers who were totally at odds with each other. However, when Brawne offers to help Keats nurse his seriously ill brother, the two soon became involved in an unstoppable romance that only his untimely death at age 25 could bring to a shattering end+-+1181440896324160716ocn000359783book19240.39Lowell, AmyJohn KeatsBiography15265ocn007461820book19810.29Hirst, Wolf ZJohn KeatsCriticism, interpretation, etcA comprehensive and scholarly account of the poet's works14692ocn048139562file19980.37Lau, BethKeats's Paradise lostHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+5420658635+-+9684637465324+-+9684637465324Thu Oct 16 15:31:55 EDT 2014batch181332