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The poetical works and other writings of John Keats,

Author: John Keats; H Buxton Forman; Maurice Buxton Forman; John Masefield
Publisher: New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1938-39.
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Keats, John, 1795-1821.
Poetical works and other writings of John Keats.
New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1938-39
(OCoLC)592450643
Online version:
Keats, John, 1795-1821.
Poetical works and other writings of John Keats.
New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1938-39
(OCoLC)612621827
Named Person: John Keats; John Keats
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Keats; H Buxton Forman; Maurice Buxton Forman; John Masefield
OCLC Number: 530322
Notes: The Hampstead edition. No. 536 of 1025 copies, signed by Maurice Buxton Forman and John Masefield.
Description: 8 volumes frontispieces, double plates, portraits, facsimile 24.2 cm
Contents: v. 1. Poems. 1817.--v. 2. Endymion. 1818.--v. 3. Lamia, Isabella etc. 1820.--v. 4. Posthumous and fugitive poems.--v. 5. Otho, Stephens, The Cap and Bills, and Fugitive verse.--v. 6. Letters, 1815-1818.--v. 7. Letters, 1818-1819.--v. 8. Letters, 1819-1820. VOLUME ONE: Poems 1817. Prefatory Note / Maurice Buxton Forman --
Introduction / John Masefield --
Memoir of John Keats / H. Buxton Forman --
Memoir of George Keats / Naomi J. Kirk --
List of Principal Works Concerning Keats --
Poems --
Editor's Note Before Poems of 1817 --
Dedication. To Leigh Hunt, Esq. --
Advertisement --
"I Stood Tip-Toe Upon A Little Hill" --
Specimen of an Induction to a Poem --
Calidore. A Fragment --
To Some Ladies --
On Receiving A Curious Shell, And A Copy of Verses, From the Same Ladies --
To**** ("Hadst Thou Liv'd in Days of Old") --
To Hope --
Initation of Spenser --
"Woman! When I Behold Thee Flippant, Vain" --
Epistles --
To George Felton Mathew --
To My Brother George --
To Charles Cowden Clarke --
Sonnets --
To My Brother George --
To****** --
Written on the Day that Mr. Leigh Hunt Left Prison --
"How Many Bards Gild the Lapses of Time!" --
To A Friend Who Sent Me Some Roses --
To G.A.W. (Georgiana Augusta Wylie) --
"O Solitude! If I Must With Thee Dwell" --
To My Brothers --
"Keen, Fitful Gusts are Whisp'ring Here and There" --
"To One Who Has Been Long in City Pent" --
On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer --
On Leaving Some Friends at an Early Hour --
Addressed to Haydon --
Addressed to the Same --
On the Grasshopper and Cricket --
To Kosciusko --
"Happy Is England" --
Sleep and Poetry --
Appendix to Volume I. To A Poetical Friend / George Felton Mathew --
Review of Keats's Poems / John Hamilton Reynolds --
Sonnet Written on the Blank Leaf of Keats's Poems / Charles Ollier --
Letter From Messrs. C. & J. Ollier To George Keats Concerning Keats's Poems --
Review of Keats's Poems / George Felton Mathew --
Review of Keats's Poems / Leigh Hunt --
Four Sonnets From Leigh Hunt's Foliage --
Verses To The Memory of John Keats. VOLUME TWO: ENDYMION: A POETIC ROMANCE --
I. Two letters on Endymion to the editor of the Oxford University and City Herald by Benjamin Bailey --
II. The 'Cockney School' attack on Keats --
III. Review of Endymion published in The Quarterly Review, 1818 --
IV. John Hamilton Reynolds on Keats and The Quarterly Review --
V. Two letters to the editor of The Morning Chronicle on Keats and The Quarterly Review --
VI. Shelley's letter to the editor of The Quarterly Review concerning Keats --
VII. Review of Endymion published in The Edinburgh Review --
VOLUME THREE: LAMIA, ISABELLA, etc. 1820 --
Isabella; or, the pot of Basil. A story from Boccaccio --
The Eve of St. Agnes --
Ode to a nightingale --
Ode on a Grecian urn --
Ode to psyche --
Fancy --
Ode ["Bards of passion and of mirth"] --
Lines on the Mermaid Tavern --
Robin Hood. To a friend --
To Autumn --
Ode on melancholy --
Hyperion. Book I --
Hyperion. Book II --
Hyperion. Book III --
The fall of Hyperion, a dream --
Canto I --
Canto II --
VOLUME FOUR: POSTHUMOUS AND FUGITIVE POEMS --
On death --
'Fill for me a brimming bowl' --
Sonnet to Byron --
Sonnet. 'As from the darkening gloom' --
Women, wine and snuff --
Sonnet on peace --
Sonnet to Chatterton --
Sonnet to Spenser --
Ode to Apollo --
Lines written on the 29th of May, the anniversary of Charles's restoration --
Sonnet to a young lady who sent me a laurel crown --
Sonnet to the ladies who saw me crown'd --
Hymn to Apollo --
Sonnet. The poet --
Stanzas to Miss Wylie --
Sonnet. 'Oh! How I love, on a fair summer's eve' --
Sonnet. 'Before he went to feed with owls and bats' --
Sonnet written in disgust of vulgar superstition --
'Hither, hither, love' --
Sonnet. 'After dark vapors have oppress'd our plains' --
Sonnet written at the end of the Floure and the Lefe --
Sonnet to Haydon with the following --
Sonnet on seeing the Elgin marbles --
Sonnet on a picture of Leander --
Sonnet on the sea --
Sonnet on Leigh Hunt's poem 'The story of Rimini' --
Sonnet. 'The house of mourning written by Mr. Scott' --
On Oxford: a parody --
'You say you love' --
Apollo and the graces --
To _____. 'Think not of it, sweet one, so ____' --
Lines. 'Unfelt, unheard, unseen' --
Stanzas. 'In a drear-nighted December --
Sonnet to A. G. S<pencer> --
The poet: a fragment --
Modern love --
The castle builder. Fragments of a dialogue --
A song of opposites. 'Welcome joy, and welcome sorrow' --
Sonnet to Mrs. Reynolds's cat --
Lines of seeing a lock of Milton's hair --
Sonnet on sitting down to read King Lear once again --
Sonnet. 'When I have fears that I may cease to be' --
Sharing Eve's apple --
A draught of sunshine. 'Hence, burgundy, claret and port' --
Sonnet to the Nile --
Sonnet to a lady seen for a few moments at Vauxhall --
Sonnet. 'Blue! 'Tis the life of heaven' --
Sonnet to J. R. <James Rice> --
What the thrush said: lines from a letter to John Hamilton Reynolds --
Sonnet-The human seasons --
Extracts from an opera --
'O! Were I one of the Olympian twelve' --
Daisy's song --
Folly's song --
'Oh, I am frighten'd with most hateful thoughts!' --
Song. 'The stranger lighted from his steed' --
'Asleep! O sleep a little while, white pearl!' --
Faery song. 'Shed no tear-O shed no tear!' --
Faery Song. 'Ah! Woe is me! Poor Silver-wing!' --
Sonnet to Homer --
Song. 'Spirit here that reignest! --
Teignmouth: 'Some doggerel,' sent in a letter to B. R. Haydon --
The Decon Maid stanzas sent in a letter to B. R. Haydon --
Dawlish Fair --
Epistle to John Hamilton Reynolds --
Fragment of an ode to Maia, Written on May Day 1818 --
Acrostic : Georgina Augusta Keats --
Lines sent in a letter to George Keats. 'Sweet sweet is the greeting of the eyes' --
Sonnet on visiting the tomb of Burns --
Meg Merrilies --
A Song About Myself --
A Galloway Song --
Sonnet to Ailsa Rock --
Sonnet written in the highlands after a visit to Burn's Country --
The Gadfly --
Sonner on hearing the bag-pipe and seeing 'The Stranger' played at Inverary--
Staffa --
Sonnet written upon the top of Ben Nevis --
Ben Nevis : A Dialogue --
On some skulls in Beuly Abbey, by Charles Brown and Keats --
Translation from a sonnet of Ronsard --
A Prophecy : To George Keats in America --
The Eve Saint Mark --
Ode to Fanny --
Sonnert to Sleep --
Song. 'Hush, Hush! Tread Softly' --
'I had a dove' --
Ode on Indolence --
Sonnet. 'Why did I laugh to-night?' --
Sonnet: A dream, after reading Dante's episode on Paulo and Francesca --
An Extempore, from a letter to George Keats --
Spenerian stanzas on Charles Brown --
Tow or Three. From a Letter to Fanny Keats --
La Belle dame Sans Merci. From the Holograph --
La Belle dame Sans Mercy . From the Indicator --
Songs Of Four Faeries --
Two Sonnets on Fame --
Sonnet on the Sonnet. 'If by dullt rhymes' --
A Party of Lovers --
Sonnet. 'The day is gone.' (First published version) --
Sonnet. 'The day is gone.' (second published version) --
Lines to Fanny --
Sonnet to Fanny --
Spenserian stanza written at the close of canto II, Book V, of the faerie queene --
lines supposed to have been addressed to fanny brawne --
Sonnet. 'Bright star.' (first version) --
Sonnet. 'bright start' (second version) --
VOLUME FIVE: OTHO, STEPHEN, THE CAP AND BELLS, AND FUGITIVE PROSE --
Otho the great : a tragedy, in five acts : Editor's note before Otho the great --
dramatics personae --
Act I --
Act II --
Act III --
Act IV --
Act V --
King Stephen : a dramatic fragment : Editor's note before King Stephen --
King Stephen --
The Cap and Bells; or, The Jealousies: A Faery Tale-Unfinished : Editors note before The Cap and Bells --
The Cap and Bells --
Essays and Notes : Editor's note before the essays & C, --
On Edmund Kean as a Shakespearean Actor --
On Kean in 'Richard Duke of York' --
On 'Retribution, on the chieftain's daughter' --
On 'Don Giovanni,' Pantomime --
Review of Reynolds's 'Peter Bell, A Lyrical Ballad' --
A now, Descriptive of the hot day; written by Leigh hung with Keat's help --
Marginalia from the Shakespeare Folio of 1808 --
Marginalia from the Johnson and Steevens Shakespeare --
Notes on Hazlitt's 'Characters of Shakespear's Plays --
Notes on Jackson's 'Shakespeare's Genius Justified' --
Editor's note before notes on 'paradise lost' --
Notes on Miltion's 'Paradise Lost' --
Notes on Burton's 'Anatomy on Melancholy' --
A Scrap Written in the Lecture-Room at St. Thomas's Hospital --
Appendix : Recollections of Kats by Cowden Clarke --
Verses attributed to Keats --
Additions notes on ' I stood on tip-toe' --
Additional notes on 'Isabella or the Pot of Basil --
VOLUME SIX: THE LETTERS (1815 - 1818 ) --
Keans's Pen-Slips and unusual spellings --
Chronology of principal events, &C. --
Biographical Memoranda concerning Keat's Correspondents. By the Late H. Buxton Forman --
George Keats --
Thomas Keats --
Frances Mary Keats --
Charles Cowden Clarke --
Leigh Hunt --
Percy Bysshe Shelley --
John Hamilton Reynolds --
Jane and Mariane Reynolds '' Charlotte Reynolds the Elder --
Benjamin Bailey --
James Rice --
Charles Wentoworth Dilke --
Charles Armitage Brown --
Taylor and Jessy --
Richard Woodhouse --
Thomas Richards --
Thomas Monkhouse --
James Elmes --
Horace Smith --
The Jefferys of Teignmouth --
Wlliam Mayor --
Fanny Brawne and her mother --
LETTERS : --
C. C. Clarke 11 Oct --
George Keats Aug --
C. C. Clark 31 Oct. --
C. C. Clarke Nov. --
B.R. Haydon 20 Nov. --
B. R. Haydon 21 Nov. --
C. C. Clarke 17 Dec. --
Haydon to Keats 3 Mar. --
J. H. Reynolds 9 Mar. --
Haydon to Keats Mar. --
J.H. Reynolds 17 Mar. --
C. C. Clarke 25 Mar. --
Taylor and Hessey Apr. --
G. and T. Keats 15 Apr. --
J. H. Reynolds 17-18 Apr. --
Leigh Hunt 10 May --
Haydon to Keats 10 May --
B.R. Haydon 10-11 May --
Taylor and Hessey 16 May --
Taylor and Hessey 10 June --
Jane and Mariane Reynolds 5 Sept --
Fanny Keats 10 Sept --
Jane Reynolds Sept --
J. H. Reynolds Sept --
Haydon to Keats 17 Sept --
B. R. Haydon 28 Sept --
B. Bailey 8 Oct. --
B. Bailey Oct --
Jane Reynolds 31 Oct --
B. Bailey 3 Nov --
C. W. Dilke Nov. --
C. W. Dilke Nov. --
J. H. Reynolds 22 Nov --
G. and T. Keats 21 Dec --
B. R. Haydon 31 Dec --
1818 : G. and T. Keats 5 Jan --
John Taylor 10 Jan --
B. R. Haydon 10 Jan --
Haydon to Keats Jan --
G. and T. Keats 13 Jan --
B. R. Haydon 23 Jan --
John Taylor 23 Jan --
B. Bailey 23 Jan --
G. and T. Keats 23 Jan --
John Taylor 30 Jan --
J.H. Reynolds 31 Jan --
J. H. Reynolds 3 Feb --
B. R. Haydon 5 Feb --
John Taylor 5 Feb --
G. and T. Keats 14 Feb --
J. H. Reynolds 19 Feb --
Horace Smith 19 Feb --
G. and T. Keats 21 Feb --
John Taylor 27 Feb --
Taylor and Hessey Feb or Mar --
B. Bailey 13 Mar --
J. H. Reynolds 14 Mar --
Haydon to Keats 4 Mar --
B. R. Haydon 14 Mar --
Haydon to Keats 25 Mar --
George to John Keats 18 Mar --
Taylor and Hessey 21 Mar --
James Rice 24 Mar --
J. H. Reynolds 25 Mar --
B. R. Haydon 8 Apr --
J. H. Reynolds 10 Apr --
John Taylor 24 Apr --
J. H. Reynolds 27 Apr --
VOLUME SEVEN: The Letters (1818-1819). --
J.H. Reynolds 3 May 1818 --
Haydon to Keats 8 May 1818 --
Mrs. Jeffrey May 1818 --
B. Bailey 21-25 May 1818 --
Misses M. and S. Jeffrey 4 June 1818 --
Joseph Severn 6 June 1818 --
B. Bailey 10 June 1818--
John Taylor 21 June 1818 --
Thomas Monkhouse 21 June 1818 --
Thomas Keats 25-27 June 1818 --
George Keats 27-28 June 1818 --
Thomas Keats 29 June 1818 --
Fanny Keats 2-4 July 1818 --
Thomas Keats 3-9 July 1818 --
J.H. Reynolds 11-13 July 1818 --
Thomas Keats 10-14 July 1818 --
Thomas Keats 17-21 July 1818 --
B. Bailey 18-22 July 1818 --
Thomas Keats 23-26 July 1818 --
Thomas Keats 3 Aug 1818 --
Mrs. Wylie 6 Aug. 1818 --
Brown to Dilke 7 Aug. 1818 --
Fanny Keats 18 Aug. 1818 --
Fanny Keats 25 Aug. 1818 --
Jane Reynolds 1 Sept. 1818 --
C.W. Dilke 21 Sept. 1818 --
J.H. Reynolds 22 Sept. 1818 --
Haydon to Keats 25 Sept. 1818 --
Fanny Keats 9 Oct. 1818 --
Thomas Richards 9 Oct. 1818 --
J.A. Hessey 9 Oct. 1818 --
Reynolds to Keats 14 Oct. 1818 --
Fanny Keats 16 Oct. 1818 --
Fanny Keats 26 Oct. 1818 --
Woodhouse To Keats 21 Oct. 1818 --
Richard Woodhouse 27 Oct. 1818 --
George and Georgiana Keats 14-31 Oct. 1818 --
Fanny Keats 5 Nov. 1818 --
James Rice 24 Nov. 1818 --
Mrs. Davenport Nov. 1818 --
Fanny Keats 1 Dec. 1818 --
Woodhouse To Keats 10 Dec. 1818 --
George and Georgiana Keats 16 Dec. '18- 4 Jan. '19 --
Maria Dilke To Fanny Keats 18 Dec. 1818 --
Fanny Keats 18 Dec. 1818 --
Richard Woodhouse 18 Dec. 1818 --
Mrs. Reynolds 15 or 22 Dec. 1818 --
B.R. Haydon 22 Dec. 1818 Haydon to Keats Dec. 1818 --
John Taylor 24 Dec. 1818 --
Fanny Keats 30 Dec. 1818 --
Mrs. Wylie 30 Dec. 1818 --
Haydon to Keats 1 Jan. 1819 --
B.R. Haydon 2 Jan. 1819 --
Haydon to Keats 7 Jan. 1819 --
B.R. Haydon 11 Jan. 1819 --
Fanny Keats Jan. 1819 --
B.R. Haydon Jan. 1819 --
Haydon to Keats 14 Jan. 1819 --
B.R. Haydon Jan. 1819 --
Haydon to Keats 14 Jan. 1819 --
C.W. and Maria Dilke 24 Jan. 1819 --
William Mayor 4 Feb. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 4 or 11 Feb. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 27 Feb. 1819 --
B.R. Haydon 8 Mar. 1819 --
Haydon to Keats 10 Mar. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 13 Mar. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 13 Mar. 1819 --
Joseph Severn 29 Mar. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 31 Mar. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 12 Apr. 1819 --
Haydon to Keats 12 Apr. 1819 --
B.R. Haydon 13 Apr. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 17 Apr. 1819 --
George and Georgiana Keats 14 Feb. to 3 May 1819 --
Fanny Keats 13 May 1819 --
William Haslam 13 May 1819 --
Fanny Keats 26 May 1819 --
Miss Jeffery 31 May 1819 --
Miss Jeffrey 9 June 1819 --
Fanny Keats 9 June 1819 --
James Elmes 12 June 1819 --
Fanny Keats 14 June 1819 --
Fanny Keats 17 June 1819 --
B.R. Haydon 17 June 1819. VOLUME EIGHT: The Letters (1819-1820). --
Fanny Brawne 1 July 1819 --
Fanny Keats 6 July 1819 --
Fanny Brawne 8 July 1819 --
J.H. Reynolds 11 July 1819 --
Fanny Brawne 15 July 1819 --
Fanny Brawne 25 July 1819 --
C.W. Dilke 31 July 1819 --
Fanny Brawne 5-6 Aug. 1819 --
B. Bailey 14 Aug. 1819 --
Fanny Brawne 16 Aug. 1819 --
John Taylor 23 Aug. 1819 --
J.H. Reynolds 24 Aug. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 28 Aug. 1819 --
John Taylor 31 Aug. 1819 --
J.A. Hessey 5 Sept. 1819 --
John Taylor 5 Sept. 1819 --
Fanny Brawne 13 Sept. 1819 --
J.H. Reynolds 21 Sept. 1819 --
R. Woodhouse 21 Sept. 1819 --
C.W. Dilke 22 Sept. 1819 --
Charles Brown 23 Sept. 1819 --
Charles Brown 23 Sept. 1819 --
George and Georgiana Keats 17-27 Sept. 1819 --
C.W. Dilke 1 Oct. 1819 --
B.R. Haydon 3 Oct. 1819 --
Fanny Brawne 11 Oct. 1819 --
Fanny Brawne 13 Oct. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 16 Oct. 1819 --
Fanny Brawne 19 Oct. 1819 --
J. Severn Nov. 1819 --
W. Haslam 2 Nov. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 17 Nov. 1819 --
John Taylor 17 Nov. 1819 --
George Keats 19 Nov. 1819 --
Joseph Severn 6 Dec. 1819 --
James Rice Dec. 1819--
Fanny Keats 20 Dec. 1819 --
Fanny Keats 22 Dec. 1819 --
Georgiana Keats 13-28 Jan. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne 4 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 6 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 8 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne 10 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 11 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 14 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 ---
Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 --
James Rice 14 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 19 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne 24 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 24 Feb. 1820 --
B.W. Procter To Keats 25 Feb. 1820 --
J.H. Reynolds 28 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne 28 Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 --
Mrs. Wylie Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 --
C.W. Dilke 4 Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 20 Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 1 Apr. 1820 --
Fanny Keats Apr. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 12 Apr. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 21 Apr. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 4 May 1820 --
C.W. Dilke May 1820 --
Fanny Brawne May 1820 --
Fanny Brawne May 1820 --
Charles Brown 15 May 1820 --
Fanny Brawne May 1820 --
John Taylor 11 June 1820 --
Charles Brown June 1820 --
George to John Keats 18 June 1820 --
Fanny Keats 23 June 1820 --
Fanny Brawne 5 June 1820 --
Fanny Keats 5 July 1820 --
Fanny Keats 22 July 1820 --
Fanny Brawne July 1820 --
Fanny Brawne Aug. 1820 --
B.R. Haydon Aug. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 14 Aug. 1820 --
John Taylor 14 Aug. 1820 --
B.R. Haydon To Keats July 1820 --
B.R. Haydon to Keats 14 July 1820 --
B.R. Haydon 14 Aug. 1820 --
Leigh Hunt Aug. 1820 --
Leigh Hunt To Keats Aug. 1820 --
John Taylor 14 Aug. 1820 --
P.B. Shelley to Keats 27 July 1820 --
P.B. Shelley 16 Aug. 1820 --
B.R. Haydon Aug. 1820 --
Charles Brown 20 Aug. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 23 Aug. 1820 --
William Haslam 23 Aug. 1820 --
Charles Brown Aug. 1820 --
Richard Abbey to Keats 23 Aug. 1820 --
Fanny Keats 11 Sept. 1820 --
R. Woodhouse to Keats 16 Sept. 1820 --
[unnamed] Sept. 1820 --
Charles Brown 30 Sept. 1820 --
Mrs. Brawne 24 Oct. 1820 --
Charles Brown 1 Nov. 1820 --
George to John Keats 8 Nov. 1820 --
Charles Brown 30 Nov. 1820 --
Charles Brown to Keats 21 Dec. 1820.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: edited with notes and appendices by H. Buxton Forman. Revised with additions by Maurice Buxton Forman; with an introduction by John Masefield.

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    schema:description "VOLUME EIGHT: The Letters (1819-1820). -- Fanny Brawne 1 July 1819 -- Fanny Keats 6 July 1819 -- Fanny Brawne 8 July 1819 -- J.H. Reynolds 11 July 1819 -- Fanny Brawne 15 July 1819 -- Fanny Brawne 25 July 1819 -- C.W. Dilke 31 July 1819 -- Fanny Brawne 5-6 Aug. 1819 -- B. Bailey 14 Aug. 1819 -- Fanny Brawne 16 Aug. 1819 -- John Taylor 23 Aug. 1819 -- J.H. Reynolds 24 Aug. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 28 Aug. 1819 -- John Taylor 31 Aug. 1819 -- J.A. Hessey 5 Sept. 1819 -- John Taylor 5 Sept. 1819 -- Fanny Brawne 13 Sept. 1819 -- J.H. Reynolds 21 Sept. 1819 -- R. Woodhouse 21 Sept. 1819 -- C.W. Dilke 22 Sept. 1819 -- Charles Brown 23 Sept. 1819 -- Charles Brown 23 Sept. 1819 -- George and Georgiana Keats 17-27 Sept. 1819 -- C.W. Dilke 1 Oct. 1819 -- B.R. Haydon 3 Oct. 1819 -- Fanny Brawne 11 Oct. 1819 -- Fanny Brawne 13 Oct. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 16 Oct. 1819 -- Fanny Brawne 19 Oct. 1819 -- J. Severn Nov. 1819 -- W. Haslam 2 Nov. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 17 Nov. 1819 -- John Taylor 17 Nov. 1819 -- George Keats 19 Nov. 1819 -- Joseph Severn 6 Dec. 1819 -- James Rice Dec. 1819-- Fanny Keats 20 Dec. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 22 Dec. 1819 -- Georgiana Keats 13-28 Jan. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne 4 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 6 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 8 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne 10 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 11 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 14 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 --- Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 -- James Rice 14 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 19 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne 24 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 24 Feb. 1820 -- B.W. Procter To Keats 25 Feb. 1820 -- J.H. Reynolds 28 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne 28 Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Feb. 1820 -- Mrs. Wylie Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 -- C.W. Dilke 4 Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 20 Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Mar. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 1 Apr. 1820 -- Fanny Keats Apr. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 12 Apr. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 21 Apr. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 4 May 1820 -- C.W. Dilke May 1820 -- Fanny Brawne May 1820 -- Fanny Brawne May 1820 -- Charles Brown 15 May 1820 -- Fanny Brawne May 1820 -- John Taylor 11 June 1820 -- Charles Brown June 1820 -- George to John Keats 18 June 1820 -- Fanny Keats 23 June 1820 -- Fanny Brawne 5 June 1820 -- Fanny Keats 5 July 1820 -- Fanny Keats 22 July 1820 -- Fanny Brawne July 1820 -- Fanny Brawne Aug. 1820 -- B.R. Haydon Aug. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 14 Aug. 1820 -- John Taylor 14 Aug. 1820 -- B.R. Haydon To Keats July 1820 -- B.R. Haydon to Keats 14 July 1820 -- B.R. Haydon 14 Aug. 1820 -- Leigh Hunt Aug. 1820 -- Leigh Hunt To Keats Aug. 1820 -- John Taylor 14 Aug. 1820 -- P.B. Shelley to Keats 27 July 1820 -- P.B. Shelley 16 Aug. 1820 -- B.R. Haydon Aug. 1820 -- Charles Brown 20 Aug. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 23 Aug. 1820 -- William Haslam 23 Aug. 1820 -- Charles Brown Aug. 1820 -- Richard Abbey to Keats 23 Aug. 1820 -- Fanny Keats 11 Sept. 1820 -- R. Woodhouse to Keats 16 Sept. 1820 -- [unnamed] Sept. 1820 -- Charles Brown 30 Sept. 1820 -- Mrs. Brawne 24 Oct. 1820 -- Charles Brown 1 Nov. 1820 -- George to John Keats 8 Nov. 1820 -- Charles Brown 30 Nov. 1820 -- Charles Brown to Keats 21 Dec. 1820."@en ;
    schema:description "VOLUME TWO: ENDYMION: A POETIC ROMANCE -- I. Two letters on Endymion to the editor of the Oxford University and City Herald by Benjamin Bailey -- II. The 'Cockney School' attack on Keats -- III. Review of Endymion published in The Quarterly Review, 1818 -- IV. John Hamilton Reynolds on Keats and The Quarterly Review -- V. Two letters to the editor of The Morning Chronicle on Keats and The Quarterly Review -- VI. Shelley's letter to the editor of The Quarterly Review concerning Keats -- VII. Review of Endymion published in The Edinburgh Review --"@en ;
    schema:description "VOLUME SIX: THE LETTERS (1815 - 1818 ) -- Keans's Pen-Slips and unusual spellings -- Chronology of principal events, &C. -- Biographical Memoranda concerning Keat's Correspondents. By the Late H. Buxton Forman -- George Keats -- Thomas Keats -- Frances Mary Keats -- Charles Cowden Clarke -- Leigh Hunt -- Percy Bysshe Shelley -- John Hamilton Reynolds -- Jane and Mariane Reynolds '' Charlotte Reynolds the Elder -- Benjamin Bailey -- James Rice -- Charles Wentoworth Dilke -- Charles Armitage Brown -- Taylor and Jessy -- Richard Woodhouse -- Thomas Richards -- Thomas Monkhouse -- James Elmes -- Horace Smith -- The Jefferys of Teignmouth -- Wlliam Mayor -- Fanny Brawne and her mother -- LETTERS : -- C. C. Clarke 11 Oct -- George Keats Aug -- C. C. Clark 31 Oct. -- C. C. Clarke Nov. -- B.R. Haydon 20 Nov. -- B. R. Haydon 21 Nov. -- C. C. Clarke 17 Dec. -- Haydon to Keats 3 Mar. -- J. H. Reynolds 9 Mar. -- Haydon to Keats Mar. -- J.H. Reynolds 17 Mar. -- C. C. Clarke 25 Mar. -- Taylor and Hessey Apr. -- G. and T. Keats 15 Apr. -- J. H. Reynolds 17-18 Apr. -- Leigh Hunt 10 May -- Haydon to Keats 10 May -- B.R. Haydon 10-11 May -- Taylor and Hessey 16 May -- Taylor and Hessey 10 June -- Jane and Mariane Reynolds 5 Sept -- Fanny Keats 10 Sept -- Jane Reynolds Sept -- J. H. Reynolds Sept -- Haydon to Keats 17 Sept -- B. R. Haydon 28 Sept -- B. Bailey 8 Oct. -- B. Bailey Oct -- Jane Reynolds 31 Oct -- B. Bailey 3 Nov -- C. W. Dilke Nov. -- C. W. Dilke Nov. -- J. H. Reynolds 22 Nov -- G. and T. Keats 21 Dec -- B. R. Haydon 31 Dec -- 1818 : G. and T. Keats 5 Jan -- John Taylor 10 Jan -- B. R. Haydon 10 Jan -- Haydon to Keats Jan -- G. and T. Keats 13 Jan -- B. R. Haydon 23 Jan -- John Taylor 23 Jan -- B. Bailey 23 Jan -- G. and T. Keats 23 Jan -- John Taylor 30 Jan -- J.H. Reynolds 31 Jan -- J. H. Reynolds 3 Feb -- B. R. Haydon 5 Feb -- John Taylor 5 Feb -- G. and T. Keats 14 Feb -- J. H. Reynolds 19 Feb -- Horace Smith 19 Feb -- G. and T. Keats 21 Feb -- John Taylor 27 Feb -- Taylor and Hessey Feb or Mar -- B. Bailey 13 Mar -- J. H. Reynolds 14 Mar -- Haydon to Keats 4 Mar -- B. R. Haydon 14 Mar -- Haydon to Keats 25 Mar -- George to John Keats 18 Mar -- Taylor and Hessey 21 Mar -- James Rice 24 Mar -- J. H. Reynolds 25 Mar -- B. R. Haydon 8 Apr -- J. H. Reynolds 10 Apr -- John Taylor 24 Apr -- J. H. Reynolds 27 Apr --"@en ;
    schema:description "VOLUME FIVE: OTHO, STEPHEN, THE CAP AND BELLS, AND FUGITIVE PROSE -- Otho the great : a tragedy, in five acts : Editor's note before Otho the great -- dramatics personae -- Act I -- Act II -- Act III -- Act IV -- Act V -- King Stephen : a dramatic fragment : Editor's note before King Stephen -- King Stephen -- The Cap and Bells; or, The Jealousies: A Faery Tale-Unfinished : Editors note before The Cap and Bells -- The Cap and Bells -- Essays and Notes : Editor's note before the essays & C, -- On Edmund Kean as a Shakespearean Actor -- On Kean in 'Richard Duke of York' -- On 'Retribution, on the chieftain's daughter' -- On 'Don Giovanni,' Pantomime -- Review of Reynolds's 'Peter Bell, A Lyrical Ballad' -- A now, Descriptive of the hot day; written by Leigh hung with Keat's help -- Marginalia from the Shakespeare Folio of 1808 -- Marginalia from the Johnson and Steevens Shakespeare -- Notes on Hazlitt's 'Characters of Shakespear's Plays -- Notes on Jackson's 'Shakespeare's Genius Justified' -- Editor's note before notes on 'paradise lost' -- Notes on Miltion's 'Paradise Lost' -- Notes on Burton's 'Anatomy on Melancholy' -- A Scrap Written in the Lecture-Room at St. Thomas's Hospital -- Appendix : Recollections of Kats by Cowden Clarke -- Verses attributed to Keats -- Additions notes on ' I stood on tip-toe' -- Additional notes on 'Isabella or the Pot of Basil --"@en ;
    schema:description "VOLUME THREE: LAMIA, ISABELLA, etc. 1820 -- Isabella; or, the pot of Basil. A story from Boccaccio -- The Eve of St. Agnes -- Ode to a nightingale -- Ode on a Grecian urn -- Ode to psyche -- Fancy -- Ode ["Bards of passion and of mirth"] -- Lines on the Mermaid Tavern -- Robin Hood. To a friend -- To Autumn -- Ode on melancholy -- Hyperion. Book I -- Hyperion. Book II -- Hyperion. Book III -- The fall of Hyperion, a dream -- Canto I -- Canto II --"@en ;
    schema:description "VOLUME ONE: Poems 1817. Prefatory Note / Maurice Buxton Forman -- Introduction / John Masefield -- Memoir of John Keats / H. Buxton Forman -- Memoir of George Keats / Naomi J. Kirk -- List of Principal Works Concerning Keats -- Poems -- Editor's Note Before Poems of 1817 -- Dedication. To Leigh Hunt, Esq. -- Advertisement -- "I Stood Tip-Toe Upon A Little Hill" -- Specimen of an Induction to a Poem -- Calidore. A Fragment -- To Some Ladies -- On Receiving A Curious Shell, And A Copy of Verses, From the Same Ladies -- To**** ("Hadst Thou Liv'd in Days of Old") -- To Hope -- Initation of Spenser -- "Woman! When I Behold Thee Flippant, Vain" -- Epistles -- To George Felton Mathew -- To My Brother George -- To Charles Cowden Clarke -- Sonnets -- To My Brother George -- To****** -- Written on the Day that Mr. Leigh Hunt Left Prison -- "How Many Bards Gild the Lapses of Time!" -- To A Friend Who Sent Me Some Roses -- To G.A.W. (Georgiana Augusta Wylie) -- "O Solitude! If I Must With Thee Dwell" -- To My Brothers -- "Keen, Fitful Gusts are Whisp'ring Here and There" -- "To One Who Has Been Long in City Pent" -- On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer -- On Leaving Some Friends at an Early Hour -- Addressed to Haydon -- Addressed to the Same -- On the Grasshopper and Cricket -- To Kosciusko -- "Happy Is England" -- Sleep and Poetry -- Appendix to Volume I. To A Poetical Friend / George Felton Mathew -- Review of Keats's Poems / John Hamilton Reynolds -- Sonnet Written on the Blank Leaf of Keats's Poems / Charles Ollier -- Letter From Messrs. C. & J. Ollier To George Keats Concerning Keats's Poems -- Review of Keats's Poems / George Felton Mathew -- Review of Keats's Poems / Leigh Hunt -- Four Sonnets From Leigh Hunt's Foliage -- Verses To The Memory of John Keats."@en ;
    schema:description "VOLUME SEVEN: The Letters (1818-1819). -- J.H. Reynolds 3 May 1818 -- Haydon to Keats 8 May 1818 -- Mrs. Jeffrey May 1818 -- B. Bailey 21-25 May 1818 -- Misses M. and S. Jeffrey 4 June 1818 -- Joseph Severn 6 June 1818 -- B. Bailey 10 June 1818-- John Taylor 21 June 1818 -- Thomas Monkhouse 21 June 1818 -- Thomas Keats 25-27 June 1818 -- George Keats 27-28 June 1818 -- Thomas Keats 29 June 1818 -- Fanny Keats 2-4 July 1818 -- Thomas Keats 3-9 July 1818 -- J.H. Reynolds 11-13 July 1818 -- Thomas Keats 10-14 July 1818 -- Thomas Keats 17-21 July 1818 -- B. Bailey 18-22 July 1818 -- Thomas Keats 23-26 July 1818 -- Thomas Keats 3 Aug 1818 -- Mrs. Wylie 6 Aug. 1818 -- Brown to Dilke 7 Aug. 1818 -- Fanny Keats 18 Aug. 1818 -- Fanny Keats 25 Aug. 1818 -- Jane Reynolds 1 Sept. 1818 -- C.W. Dilke 21 Sept. 1818 -- J.H. Reynolds 22 Sept. 1818 -- Haydon to Keats 25 Sept. 1818 -- Fanny Keats 9 Oct. 1818 -- Thomas Richards 9 Oct. 1818 -- J.A. Hessey 9 Oct. 1818 -- Reynolds to Keats 14 Oct. 1818 -- Fanny Keats 16 Oct. 1818 -- Fanny Keats 26 Oct. 1818 -- Woodhouse To Keats 21 Oct. 1818 -- Richard Woodhouse 27 Oct. 1818 -- George and Georgiana Keats 14-31 Oct. 1818 -- Fanny Keats 5 Nov. 1818 -- James Rice 24 Nov. 1818 -- Mrs. Davenport Nov. 1818 -- Fanny Keats 1 Dec. 1818 -- Woodhouse To Keats 10 Dec. 1818 -- George and Georgiana Keats 16 Dec. '18- 4 Jan. '19 -- Maria Dilke To Fanny Keats 18 Dec. 1818 -- Fanny Keats 18 Dec. 1818 -- Richard Woodhouse 18 Dec. 1818 -- Mrs. Reynolds 15 or 22 Dec. 1818 -- B.R. Haydon 22 Dec. 1818 Haydon to Keats Dec. 1818 -- John Taylor 24 Dec. 1818 -- Fanny Keats 30 Dec. 1818 -- Mrs. Wylie 30 Dec. 1818 -- Haydon to Keats 1 Jan. 1819 -- B.R. Haydon 2 Jan. 1819 -- Haydon to Keats 7 Jan. 1819 -- B.R. Haydon 11 Jan. 1819 -- Fanny Keats Jan. 1819 -- B.R. Haydon Jan. 1819 -- Haydon to Keats 14 Jan. 1819 -- B.R. Haydon Jan. 1819 -- Haydon to Keats 14 Jan. 1819 -- C.W. and Maria Dilke 24 Jan. 1819 -- William Mayor 4 Feb. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 4 or 11 Feb. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 27 Feb. 1819 -- B.R. Haydon 8 Mar. 1819 -- Haydon to Keats 10 Mar. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 13 Mar. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 13 Mar. 1819 -- Joseph Severn 29 Mar. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 31 Mar. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 12 Apr. 1819 -- Haydon to Keats 12 Apr. 1819 -- B.R. Haydon 13 Apr. 1819 -- Fanny Keats 17 Apr. 1819 -- George and Georgiana Keats 14 Feb. to 3 May 1819 -- Fanny Keats 13 May 1819 -- William Haslam 13 May 1819 -- Fanny Keats 26 May 1819 -- Miss Jeffery 31 May 1819 -- Miss Jeffrey 9 June 1819 -- Fanny Keats 9 June 1819 -- James Elmes 12 June 1819 -- Fanny Keats 14 June 1819 -- Fanny Keats 17 June 1819 -- B.R. Haydon 17 June 1819."@en ;
    schema:description "VOLUME FOUR: POSTHUMOUS AND FUGITIVE POEMS -- On death -- 'Fill for me a brimming bowl' -- Sonnet to Byron -- Sonnet. 'As from the darkening gloom' -- Women, wine and snuff -- Sonnet on peace -- Sonnet to Chatterton -- Sonnet to Spenser -- Ode to Apollo -- Lines written on the 29th of May, the anniversary of Charles's restoration -- Sonnet to a young lady who sent me a laurel crown -- Sonnet to the ladies who saw me crown'd -- Hymn to Apollo -- Sonnet. The poet -- Stanzas to Miss Wylie -- Sonnet. 'Oh! How I love, on a fair summer's eve' -- Sonnet. 'Before he went to feed with owls and bats' -- Sonnet written in disgust of vulgar superstition -- 'Hither, hither, love' -- Sonnet. 'After dark vapors have oppress'd our plains' -- Sonnet written at the end of the Floure and the Lefe -- Sonnet to Haydon with the following -- Sonnet on seeing the Elgin marbles -- Sonnet on a picture of Leander -- Sonnet on the sea -- Sonnet on Leigh Hunt's poem 'The story of Rimini' -- Sonnet. 'The house of mourning written by Mr. Scott' -- On Oxford: a parody -- 'You say you love' -- Apollo and the graces -- To _____. 'Think not of it, sweet one, so ____' -- Lines. 'Unfelt, unheard, unseen' -- Stanzas. 'In a drear-nighted December -- Sonnet to A. G. S -- The poet: a fragment -- Modern love -- The castle builder. Fragments of a dialogue -- A song of opposites. 'Welcome joy, and welcome sorrow' -- Sonnet to Mrs. Reynolds's cat -- Lines of seeing a lock of Milton's hair -- Sonnet on sitting down to read King Lear once again -- Sonnet. 'When I have fears that I may cease to be' -- Sharing Eve's apple -- A draught of sunshine. 'Hence, burgundy, claret and port' -- Sonnet to the Nile -- Sonnet to a lady seen for a few moments at Vauxhall -- Sonnet. 'Blue! 'Tis the life of heaven' -- Sonnet to J. R. -- What the thrush said: lines from a letter to John Hamilton Reynolds -- Sonnet-The human seasons -- Extracts from an opera -- 'O! Were I one of the Olympian twelve' -- Daisy's song -- Folly's song -- 'Oh, I am frighten'd with most hateful thoughts!' -- Song. 'The stranger lighted from his steed' -- 'Asleep! O sleep a little while, white pearl!' -- Faery song. 'Shed no tear-O shed no tear!' -- Faery Song. 'Ah! Woe is me! Poor Silver-wing!' -- Sonnet to Homer -- Song. 'Spirit here that reignest! -- Teignmouth: 'Some doggerel,' sent in a letter to B. R. Haydon -- The Decon Maid stanzas sent in a letter to B. R. Haydon -- Dawlish Fair -- Epistle to John Hamilton Reynolds -- Fragment of an ode to Maia, Written on May Day 1818 -- Acrostic : Georgina Augusta Keats -- Lines sent in a letter to George Keats. 'Sweet sweet is the greeting of the eyes' -- Sonnet on visiting the tomb of Burns -- Meg Merrilies -- A Song About Myself -- A Galloway Song -- Sonnet to Ailsa Rock -- Sonnet written in the highlands after a visit to Burn's Country -- The Gadfly -- Sonner on hearing the bag-pipe and seeing 'The Stranger' played at Inverary-- Staffa -- Sonnet written upon the top of Ben Nevis -- Ben Nevis : A Dialogue -- On some skulls in Beuly Abbey, by Charles Brown and Keats -- Translation from a sonnet of Ronsard -- A Prophecy : To George Keats in America -- The Eve Saint Mark -- Ode to Fanny -- Sonnert to Sleep -- Song. 'Hush, Hush! Tread Softly' -- 'I had a dove' -- Ode on Indolence -- Sonnet. 'Why did I laugh to-night?' -- Sonnet: A dream, after reading Dante's episode on Paulo and Francesca -- An Extempore, from a letter to George Keats -- Spenerian stanzas on Charles Brown -- Tow or Three. From a Letter to Fanny Keats -- La Belle dame Sans Merci. From the Holograph -- La Belle dame Sans Mercy . From the Indicator -- Songs Of Four Faeries -- Two Sonnets on Fame -- Sonnet on the Sonnet. 'If by dullt rhymes' -- A Party of Lovers -- Sonnet. 'The day is gone.' (First published version) -- Sonnet. 'The day is gone.' (second published version) -- Lines to Fanny -- Sonnet to Fanny -- Spenserian stanza written at the close of canto II, Book V, of the faerie queene -- lines supposed to have been addressed to fanny brawne -- Sonnet. 'Bright star.' (first version) -- Sonnet. 'bright start' (second version) --"@en ;
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