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Keats By Sidney Colvin
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Keats E. Petree (21 September 1919–26 November 1997) was a prolific American illustrative artist with significant contributions to both pulp magazines and comic strips in the 1940s and 1950s.... More > His works were primarily in color, as inked strips and both oil and watercolor paintings. Petree's most memorable comic book credits were for the later comic versions of Sally the Sleuth, a pulp comic strip heroine created originally by Adolphe Barreaux in 1934 in Spicy Detective Stories, but his greatest recognition was earned by his pulp color work for the Queenie Starr series, also in Spicy Detective Stories. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keats_Petree Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Poems of 1817 Keats By John Keats
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Long acknowledged as one of the great masters of the English language this collection of Keats holds a number of treasures. Easy to read and understand. These poems make it clear why Keats’s... More > appeal has lasted so long< Less
Poems of 1817 Keats By John Keats
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Long acknowledged as one of the great masters of the English language this collection of Keats holds a number of treasures. Easy to read and understand. These poems make it clear why Keats’s... More > appeal has lasted so long< Less
The Complete Poems of John Keats By John Keats
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Keats' Poems Epistles Sonnets Poems Published in 1820 Fragments Poems Written At Teignmouth Lamia Isabella Hyperion Canto II The Cap and Bells
The Artwork of James Keating 1 By James Keating
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Illustration, Children's books, photography, Comic book illustration, Fantasy art, painting, drawing, pen and ink, water-color, computer art, graphics, sketches, and literary illustrations
The Artwork of James Keating 1 By James Keating
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A DAY WITH KEATS By May Clarissa Gillington Byron
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About eight o'clock one morning in early summer, a young man may be seen sauntering to and fro in the garden of Wentworth Place, Hampstead. Wentworth Place consists of two houses only; in the first,... More > John Keats is established along with his friend Charles Armitage Brown. The second is inhabited by a Mrs. Brawne and her family. They are wooden houses, with festooning draperies of foliage: and the clean countrified air of Hampstead comes with sweet freshness through the gardens, and fills the young man with ecstatic delight. He gazes around him, with his weak dark eyes, upon the sky, the flowers, the various minutiae of nature which mean so much to him: and although he has severely tried a never robust physique by sitting up half the night in study, a new exhilaration now throbs through his veins. For, in his own words, he loves the principle of beauty in all things< Less
50 Greatest Poems of John Keats By John Keats
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John Keats was born in 1795 in London. He was the part of the second generation of Romantic Poets which also included Byron and Shelley. His work had been published only four years before his death... More > at the age of 26. The initial reaction to his poetry was not favourable ,but after his death his reputation grew until the present day where he is considered one of the leading poets in the English language. Both Byron and Shelley after his death both wrote poems that seemed to add to the myth of Keats being the fragile, unloved genius who would die young . Keats poetry is full of lyrical power that illustrates the loves and tragedies that beset his short life.< Less
John Keats - a Youth Elect By D W Pryke
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In late October 1820, having sailed to Italy in the hope the warmer climate would improve his failing health, John Keats endured 10 days’ quarantine in the Bay of Naples. Those ten days are the... More > timescale and one half of this narrative in which Keats looks back on his life, his development as a poet, and the tragic love relationship with his nineteen year old fiancée Fanny Brawne. A second timescale, and the other half of the narrative, follows the six weeks Fanny spent in Wentworth Place, Hampstead, waiting for news of Keats. During this period, she feels she has lost the man she loves, and feels desperately isolated amongst Keats’ small circle of friends. This is the story of John Keats’ emergence as a poet-hero in the Classical mould, exploring the darker regions of the psyche to discover true enlightenment. This is also the story of Fanny Brawne, given a voice for the first time as the near equal partner of the poet himself. John Keats and Fanny Brawne - as one, but apart - this is their story.< Less
KEATS POEMS PUBLISHED IN 1820 By John Fitzgerald
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Of all the great poets of the early nineteenth century--Wordsworth, Coleridge, Scott, Byron, Shelley, Keats--John Keats was the last born and the first to die. The length of his life was not... More > one-third that of Wordsworth, who was born twenty-five years before him and outlived him by twenty-nine. Yet before his tragic death at twenty-six Keats had produced a body of poetry of such extraordinary power and promise that the world has sometimes been tempted< Less

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