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Poems.

Author: John Keats
Publisher: New York, Crowell [1964]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Keats
ISBN: 0690639333 9780690639339
OCLC Number: 1295341
Description: 148 pages illustrations 21 cm
Contents: The Burning Fountain --
Prefatory Note --
Adam's Dream --
From: I Stood Tip-Toe --
"The Truth of Imagination" --
From: Sleep and Poetry --
A Test of Invention --
"Towards the Temple of Fame" --
Poet and Public --
From the Preface to Endymion --
Daring to Fail --
"Of Poems to Come" --
From Endymion: A Poetic Romance --
Introducton --
Hymn to Pan --
The Triumph of Bacchus --
"Eternal Poetry" --
Sonnets 1816-1818 --
The Mind's Journeys --
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer --
Great Spirits Now on Earth are Sojourning --
Keen Fitful Gusts --
On the Grasshopper and Cricket --
On Seeing the Elgin Marbles for the First Time --
On the Sea --
On Sitting Down to Read King Lear Once Again --
When I have Fears --
What the Thrush Said --
The Human Seasons --
Odes --
The Poetical Character --
Fragment of an Ode to Maia, Written on May Day, 1818 --
Ode --
Ode to a Nightingale --
Ode on a Grecian Urn --
Ode on Melancholy --
To Autumn --
Magic Casements --
The pleasures of Indolence --
Keat's Axioms --
Illusion and Reality --
La Belle Dame Sans Merci --
The Eve of St. Agnes --
Light and Incidental Verse --
"How Beautiful are the Retired Flowers!" --
Landscape and Human Nature --
I Had a Dove --
In a Drear-Nighted December --
Robin Hood --
Oh, I am Frighten'd With Most Hateful Thoughts --
From: Epistle to Joh Hamilton Reynolds --
Lines on the Mermaid Tavern --
Daisy's song --
Folly's Song --
The Devon Maid --
Dawlish Fair --
A Song About Myself --
Meg Merrilies --
Fancy --
Two or Three --
The Two Hyperions --
"Proved Upon Our Pulses" --
In the Mansion of Life --
"A Load of Immortality" --
"A Life of Allegory" --
Hyperion: Book I --"The Noble Animal" --
"The Vale of Soul-Making" --"The Most Genuine Being inthe World" --
From: The Fall of Hyperion --
A Dream --
Canto One --
Abandonment of "The Fall of Hyperion" --
Love and Death --
First Meeting --
From the Letters to Fanny Brawne --
Why Did I Laugh --
To Sleep --
Bright Star --
To Fanny --
The Day is gone --
Lines Supposed to Have Been Addressed to Fanny Brawne.
Responsibility: Selected by Stanley Kunitz. Woodcuts by Jacques Hnizdovsky.

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