John Keats

BookJohn Keats

John Keats

Writers and their Work

2002

June 1st, 2002

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This book offers the intelligent new reader a critically evaluative guide to Keats’s major poems and letters, from a perspective which aims to counter the historical emphasis of recent critical work

About The Author

Kelvin Everest was Bradley Professor of Modern Literature and Pro-Vice Chancellor at the University of Liverpool

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Section TitlePagePrice
Cover1
Half Title2
Title Page4
Copyright5
Contents6
Acknowledgements7
Biographical Outline8
Abbreviation and References12
1 Why Read Keats?14
2 October 1795–October 1816: Early Poems28
3 October 1816–April 1818: ‘I stood tip-toe . . .’, ‘Sleep and Poetry’, Endymion42
4 April–May 1818: Isabella64
5 May 1818–April 1819: The Eve of St Agnes, Hyperion79
6 April–May 1819: The Odes99
7 June 1819–February 1821: Lamia, ‘To Autumn’, The Fall of Hyperion109
Notes124
Select Bibliography127
Index132