John Keats (2020)

John Keats John Keats John Keats From the Great Poets series exquisite small format collections of classic poetry enhanced by full color reproductions of period art and readable scholarly introductions full color illustrations
  • Title: John Keats
  • Author: John Keats
  • ISBN: 9780192819314
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
John Keats John Keats From the Great Poets series exquisite small format collections of classic poetry enhanced by full color reproductions of period art, and readable, scholarly introductions 12 full color illustrations.
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  1. Erin

    Concerning 96% of my regular reading material, I ll often find it hard to stay focused for than 20 or 30 minutes at a time without daydreaming, refreshing a drink, working on something else, etc But Keats I could read Keats for six hours at a time and be consistently content without averting my attentions He is, I dare say, my favorite poet pretty much ever He presents life and the real as profoundly dark and does so in such an eloquent and beautiful songlike manner, that it is disturbingly com [...]

  2. Hung

    I felt so unfinished to touch the last page the last poem, to be exact of this bittersweet book Love and longing, expectation and disappointment, hope and enlightenment, all of which blend in these beautifully written poems Here is my favorite part in Keats Ode on a Grecian Urn Ah, happy, happy boughs that cannot shed Your leaves, nor ever bid the Spring adieu And, happy melodist, unweari ed, Forever piping songs forever new More happy love happy, happy love Forever warm and still to be enjoye [...]

  3. Samuel

    Keats is the most sci Fi dreamer my favorite poem is Hyperion so intense he had to abandon it Lovecraft picked up the thread

  4. Erin

    This year I kind of went on a Keats rampage and had a sudden desire to read everything he ever wrote, so I bought this book and it was beautiful Reading his poems and letters in the order they were written in is invaluable for understanding Keats s life and poetry I was SO sad when I finished the book I liked hated it when he said in one of his letters that he basically just scribbled off most of his poems without even thinking about it What Here s a stanza from one of my favorite Keats poems, O [...]

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