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John Keats

Author: Walter Jackson Bate
Publisher: Cambridge (Mass.) : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 8e edView all editions and formats

Bate has been concerned to show the organic relationship between the Keats's art and his larger, more broadly humane development. This is a book of many dimensions, not a restricted critical or  Read more...


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Named Person: John Keats
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Jackson Bate
ISBN: 0674478258 9780674478251
OCLC Number: 490588754
Description: 1 vol. (XVII-732 p.-[4] p. de cartes-[21] p. de pl) ; 24 cm
Contents: The First Years (1795-1810) Abbey's Wards (1810-1815) Guy's Hospital (1815-1816) An Adventure in Hope (Summer 1816) The Commitment to Poetry: Chapman's Homer, Hunt, and Haydon (Autumn 1816) Completing the First Volume (November and December, 1816) The Laurel Crown and the Vision of Greatness (December 1816 to March 1817) A Trial of Invention: Endymion An Act of Will (June to December, 1817) Negative Capability Another Beginning (December and January, 1817-18) Devonshire and Isabella (February to April, 1818) The Burden of the Mystery: the Emergence of a Modern Poet (Spring 1818) The Departure of George Keats and the Scottish Tour (Summer 1818) Reviews, the Writing of Hyperion, the Death of Tom Keats (Autumn 1818) Hyperion and a New Level of Writing Fanny Brawne; The Eve of St. Agnes (Winter 1818-19) A Period of Uncertainty (February to April, 1819) The Odes of April and May, 1819 The Final Beginning: Lamia (May to July, 1819) The Close of the Fertile Year: "To Autumn" and The Fall of Hyperion (July to September, 1819) Illness (Autumn and Winter, 1819) Adrift (January to August, 1820) The Voyage to Italy (August to November, 1820) Rome and the Last Months (November 1820 to February 1821) Appendices I. Family Origins II. The Length of Keats's Apprenticeship III. The Keats Children's Inheritance Index
Responsibility: by Walter Jackson Bate.


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