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Critical studies of Tennyson's In memoriam, and Keats's The eve of St. Agnes, 1878.

Author: Asa I Fish
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection contains the printed text of Tennyson's poem, "In memoriam," and Keats's poem, "The eve of St. Agnes, " mounted in the volumes, interleaved with Fish's manuscript commentary, notes, references, and newspaper clippings. The two-volume study of "In memoriam" contains the disbound pages from a Tauchnitz edition of Collection of British Authors, Vol. 502. The first volume has reviews of the poem  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Concordances
Literary criticism
Poems
Named Person: John Keats; Alfred Tennyson Tennyson, Baron
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Asa I Fish
OCLC Number: 40227644
Notes: In the Rare Books Room, University Libraries, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa. (#1998-0315R/Mss. book/PS-V-MS-87)
Description: 3 v. ; 21 cm.

Abstract:

The collection contains the printed text of Tennyson's poem, "In memoriam," and Keats's poem, "The eve of St. Agnes, " mounted in the volumes, interleaved with Fish's manuscript commentary, notes, references, and newspaper clippings. The two-volume study of "In memoriam" contains the disbound pages from a Tauchnitz edition of Collection of British Authors, Vol. 502. The first volume has reviews of the poem hand-copied by Fish and a page-by-page critique. The second volume includes clippings about the Tennyson-Locker wedding, consolation, and botanical poetry; and an index to Fish's volumes.

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