Key features include: a chronology of Keats's life and excerpts from his letters an overview of the criticism of his work, from early responses to important recent essays excerpts from a range of critical texts, with explanatory headnotes extensively annotated full texts or key passages from Keats's most widely studied poems helpful recommendations for further reading.
You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.Description: The Keats-Shelley Journal is published (in print form: ISSN 0453-4387) annually by the Keats-Shelley Association of America. It contains articles on John Keats, Percy Shelley, Mary Shelley, Lord Byron, Leigh Hunt, and their circles of mutual influence and context—as well as news and notes, book reviews, and a current bibliography.John Keats and Indian Medicine John Keats and Indian Medicine 2016-07-01 00:00:00 John Keats's medical studies at Guy's Hospital coincided with a boom in interest in both the traditional medicines of the sub-continent and the experiences of British doctors and patients in India. Despite extensive scholarship on the impact of Keats's medical knowledge on his poetry, little consideration has.
Works by John Keats Works about John Keats Index of Themes and Ideas. 88 91 93 95 98. 102 105 105 108 110 112 116. 119 120 124 Users Guide This volume is designed to present biographical, critical, and bibliographical information on the authors best-known or most important poems.
Shelley's drafts and notebooks, which have recently been published for the first time, are very revealing about the creative processes behind his poems, and show - through illustrations and doodles - an unexpectedly vivid visual imagination which contributed greatly to the effect of his poetry.
Literature and Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Britain: From Mary Shelley to George Eliot Janis McLarren Caldwell Janis Caldwell investigates the links between the growing scientific materialism of the nineteenth century and the persistence of the Romantic literary imagination.
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Fifty-Year Index James Joyce Quarterly Volumes 1-50 Compiled by the Staff of the JJQ (The “James Joyce Quarterly 50-Year Index” is an ongoing project that will serve as an expanding bibliographic resource for scholars, students, Joyceans, and others who may be interested in the wide array of materials published in the pages of the journal since its inception in 1963.
Scholars never seriously credited William B. Hunter’s thesis that this lengthy theological treatise in Latin was spurious, but the critical debate it pro-voked in the 1990s should remind us that the John Milton of De Doctrina Christiana is not always, if ever, the John Milton of Paradise Lost and Re-gained, and in the crack between the two arise tensions that can productively complicate his.
American Dante Bibliography for 1984. Examines Dante’s critical treatment of earlier poets and his autocitations as well as the significance of their distribution in the Commedia,. Hermione De Almeida, in Comparative Literature Studies, XXI, No. 2 (Summer), 242-244.
KEATS, HERMETICISM, AND THE SECRET SOCIETIES For. an Interpretation of Keats in Terms of Growth and Form illustrates the decisive shift that occurred in Keats criticism. By 1959, the critical currents. 1984). Donald C. Goellnicht, “Keats’s Chemical Composition,” Critical Essays on John Keats, ed. Hermione De Almeida (Boston: G.
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A man s life of any worth, wrote John Keats, is a continual allegory. 20 In the fit between the fable Griffith proposed for the polity and its own fable, Ulysses hosts a meditation on individuality and community, a fresh stage in the migration of the epic tradition.