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POSTHUMOUS KEATS: A Personal Biography

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A gentle, concentric chronology of the English poet's life, pausing occasionally for close—sometimes too close—discussions of poems and individual lines.Plumly (English/Univ. of Maryland; Old Heart: Poems, 2007, etc.) brings his training, art and craft to bear on the sad case of John Keats (1795-1821), seeking to illuminate "certain connections and crossovers [that do] not fit the profile of ... Read full review

Posthumous Keats: A Personal Biography

User Review  - Neal Wyatt - Book Verdict

It is hard not to want to know more about Keats and Brawne, and poet Plumly's linked essays on the life and death of Keats offer a subtle take. In addition to the love affair, Plumly also examines the ... Read full review

Posthumous Keats: a personal biography

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A beautifully written work that examines Keats's place among his contemporaries and the definition of poetic immortality, this book nevertheless suffers from a confusing organizational scheme. Noted ... Read full review

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