Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Hyder Edward Rollins.|
|Contributions||Rollins, Hyder Edward, 1889-1958.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
The collection of Keats' letters is a well compiled one. It is comprehensive, detailed and helpful.5/5(1). The late Robert Gittings is the author and award-winning biography of John Keats and of Dorothy Wordsworth (OUP), with Jo by: But certain books it is great to own. Therefore, I was happy to find "The complete poetical works and letters of John Keats", dating from , at a very reasonable price, and thanks to Amazon and a very nice bookdealer in US, called Mr by: The letters of John Keats are, T. S. Eliot remarked, "what letters ought to be; the fine things come in unexpectedly, neither introduced nor shown out, but between trifle and trifle."5/5(3).
Hyder Edward Rollins, one of the world's foremost authorities on John Keats, has prepared a completely new edition of all the extant letters, with an extensive listing of the letters presumed missing. In addition to many letters from Keats's relatives and friends, the present work includes seven letters or other documents signed or written by Keats that appear in no English edition, and also. The Letters of John Keats book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Originally published in , this book forms the first part of /5(6). Keats's letters, although often poignant, reveal the sense of enjoyment with which he wrote, and reflect the active searching of a youthful and ever-developing mind. They are filled with vigour, quality, and invididuality, making them essential reading for a deeper understanding of Keats's poetry . John Keats – Letters Selection Analysis & Summary. This selection of Keats's letters can be navigated in two ways: chronologically and by recipient. Each letter is annotated. I have also written brief introductions. The spelling and punctuation are Keats's own.
The Letters of John Keats: Paperback – 24 Aug by Hyder Edward Rollins (Editor)4/5(1). The correspondence of John Keats, English Romantic poet, who died at the age of 25 from tuberculosis. Keats's letters reveal the sense of enjoyment with which he wrote and reflect the active searching of a youthful and ever-developing mind. They are essential reading if you want to gain a 5/5(1). Keats' letters were first published in and During the 19th century, critics deemed them unworthy of attention, distractions from his poetic works. During the 20th century they became almost as admired and studied as his poetry, and are highly regarded within Alma mater: King's College London. Letters of John Keats, The Keats, John (edited by Maurice Buxton Forman) Published by Humphrey Milford at the Oxford University Press; London. ().