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The poems / John Keats ; edited by Gerald Bullett ; with an introduction by David Bromwich.

By: Keats, John, 1795-1821
Contributor(s): Bullett, Gerald William, 1894-1958
Material type: TextTextSeries: Everyman's library ; 53Publisher: New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, c1992Description: xxxv, 396 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 0679405534DDC classification: 813.912 LOC classification: PR4832 | 1992Online resources: Publisher description | Contributor biographical information Dissertation note: John Keats is regarded as the quintessential English Romantic poet: lyrical, passionate, tender, dreamy, sensuous. The only thing more miraculous than his brief career—in which, from the age of eighteen until his death a mere seven years later, he produced a substantial number of the greatest poems in English—are those poems themselves. Nowhere has the pressure of human imagination been brought more powerfully to bear on our mortal condition than in his great narratives and narrative fragments, his sonnets of discovery, and his magnificent odes.
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John Keats is regarded as the quintessential English Romantic poet: lyrical, passionate, tender, dreamy, sensuous. The only thing more miraculous than his brief career—in which, from the age of eighteen until his death a mere seven years later, he produced a substantial number of the greatest poems in English—are those poems themselves. Nowhere has the pressure of human imagination been brought more powerfully to bear on our mortal condition than in his great narratives and narrative fragments, his sonnets of discovery, and his magnificent odes.

Includes bibliographical references (p. xxviii-xxix).

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