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The challenge of Keats : bicentenary essays, 1795-1995

Author: Allan C Christensen; et al
Publisher: Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2000.
Series: DQR studies in literature, 28.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: John Keats; John Keats
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allan C Christensen; et al
ISBN: 9042005092 9789042005099
OCLC Number: 1169867502
Description: 313 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: IntroductionI ROMANTIC TRUTHDavid FULLER: Keats and Anti-Romantic Ideology Dennis HASKELL: Keats and the Notion of TruthMorag HARRIS: Perfect Forms or Beautifully-Formed Imperfections Keats and the Problem of Knowing Truth by the Clear Perception of its BeautyII TEXTUAL READINGSNicholas ROE: John Keats's Green World: Politics, Nature and the PoemsVanna GENTILI: Let Us Inspect the Lyre: Keats's Work in the Sonnet FormAnthony L. JOHNSON: Formal Messages in Keats's SonnetsAnna Maria PIGLIONICA: The Organicist Paradigm of Becoming in One of Keats's SonnetsMichael O'NEILL: Lamia: Things Real - Things Semireal - and No ThingsIII MYTH AND HISTORYTimothy CORRIGAN: Keats, Hazlitt and Public CharacterLuisa CONTI CAMAIORA: Keats in John Clare's LettersAllan C. CHRISTENSEN: Releasing Keats from the Trap of KunderaValentina POGGI: John Keats in the OrkneysJeffrey C. ROBINSON: Tom Clark's Junkets on a Sad Planet: The Question of Poetic, Rather than Biographical, Knowledge in KeatsIV KEATS AND OTHER POETSPeter VASSALLO: Keats's Dying into Life: The Fall of Hyperion and Dante's PurgatorioLilla Maria CRISAFULLI JONES: Shelley's KeatsMariagrazia BELLORINI: What Porridge Had John Keats?: The Brownings' KeatsAlex R. FALZON: Wilde and Keats: % ??La Donnee Enrico REGGIANI: Fragmentary Symbolists: Keatsian Gusts in Yeats's The Wind Among the Reeds (1899)V PAINTING AND MUSICMartin ASKE: Poor Little Susannas: Keats, the Elders and the Prohibition of DesireGiuseppe GALIGANI: Keats and MusicNotes on ContributorsIndex.
Series Title: DQR studies in literature, 28.
Responsibility: edited by Allan C. Christensen ... [et al.].


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