Keats: bicentenary readings
Edinburgh University Press for the University of Durham, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 175 pages
Original contributions from distinguished Romanticists cover such issues as the function of Keats's style, the shape of his career, and the relationship between his poetry and history.
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An Emigrant Poetry
Chapter Five Keats and Silence
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