Studies in Keats, New and Old
Ardent Media, 1939 - 172 pages
Most of these essays on Keats were designed to fill gaps, of which I have since become sensible, in my previous book, Keats and Shakespeare. But each of them has its own independent justification, and I hope they will prove to be of some interest and value to the growing number of those who find sustenance in the rich and heroic nature of Keats. - Prefatory note.
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