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Symbiosis By Danielle Keating & Milo Carpenter
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A renaissance collection of short stories, poetry, and memoirs composed by new writers working to break through to new ears.
Camouflage By Ivy Keating & Scott Spotson
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When Sean Dermott, the newly appointed police chief, sees the report that a popular local high school coach is missing, his growing fascination with the alluring Vanessa Strauss, who reported the... More > disappearance, makes him determined to solve the case. The investigation leads him and his team deep into Quarry Head Park, a local scenic preserve with nature trails and expansive views. There is no sign of the missing man, but what he does find terrifies him to the core. From the depths of the park, a deadly prehistoric looking creature emerges, attacks swiftly and silently, leaving devastation in its wake. In the chaos which follows, it is up to Chief Dermott and a team of scientists to fight for balance by ensuring the safety of his town and preserving this remarkable discovery. He will risk his career, his reputation and even his own life to stand by what he believes to be right. The question is, will he succeed, or will all be lost?< Less
The Continuation of Life: A Photographic Exploration of Age and Identity By E. Keats Webb
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YFQ Issue 1 By Sara Keats & Alexander Mostov
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JOHN KEATS Choix de Poèmes By Jean-Yves PION
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Cet ouvrage propose une nouvelle traduction d'un très large choix de poèmes de John Keats. Le poète meurt dans la pauvreté, après de longs mois d’agonie, loin... More > de chez lui et de son amour, en 1821, dans sa vingt-sixième année, méconnu et méprisé par tous excepté par ses proches et par un petit cercle d’amis artistes. Depuis cent quatre-vingts ans, il est considéré comme l’un des plus grands poètes anglais, sans que ce rang ne lui soit contesté par quiconque. Gageons qu’il ne le sera jamais… Les Odes, de nombreux sonnets, les poèmes « médiévaux » et des passages des longs poèmes « mythologiques » figurent parmi les plus belles pages de la poésie universelle. Sacrifiant au culte éperdu de la beauté, à la recherche perpétuelle de la chose perdue, tutoyant la mort, le génie le plus précoce de toute la littérature anglaise nous laisse les vers les plus parfaits de sa langue maternelle, régal des sens par la splendeur des images et la volupté du verbe.< Less
Hyperion By John Keats
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This is quite new translaton of famous Keats's Poem which is now celebrating its bicentennial. The very concept of this translation is singular and aims to create a mediator-field of semantic... More > expressiveness by means of ample use of the Old Russian Language and closely touching the Golden Age of Russian Poetry as well. This book is dedicated for those who want to get closer to Russian Culture and who love Keats, one of the most prominent English Poets.< Less
Lamia By John Keats
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Traduzione classica in endecasillabi sciolti di una delle opere meno conosciute di John Keats. Con un saggio introduttivo dal titolo "Tra realtà e sogno". Un tributo al grande poeta... More > romantico inglese. A cura di Andrea Casella.< Less
Algo más que vecinos By Isabel Keats
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Leopold Gallagher, un rico hombre de negocios inglés de familia aristocrática, serio y obsesionado por el trabajo, conoce una noche en la terraza de su casa a la que, en un principio,... More > toma por la amante de su viejo vecino. Catalina Stapleton, la nueva habitante del piso de al lado, es una joven extrovertida y generosa que disfruta ayudando al prójimo. En cuanto cruza dos palabras con su estirado vecino decide que, aunque él mismo no lo sepa, el señor Gallagher es un hombre infeliz que necesita ser salvado de sí mismo. A pesar de la arrolladora atracción que surge entre ellos, Leopold trata de mantener a la impertinente y alocada Cat a distancia; no está dispuesto a que su irritante vecina, por muy adorable que sea, derribe las barreras que tanto le ha costado erigir a su alrededor. Sin embargo, el destino parece tener otros planes...< Less
The Fall of the Titans: A Dream By JOHN KEATS (adapted by Anne Crow)
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For a planned epic poem, John Keats took revolution as his theme, couching his controversial views in the story from the Greek and Roman myths of the overthrow of the Titans by their children, the... More > Olympian gods. The adaptation in this book blends his two attempts to tackle the subject, starting with the dream of his poet/narrator in The Fall of Hyperion, and then drawing on the earlier Hyperion. A Fragment to explore the suffering and frustration of the giant gods. The story has been converted into a script for an animated film to highlight the fantastic settings and to draw attention to the powerful drama enacted by strong and contrasting characters. The intention is to give Keats' unfinished poems a sense of completeness, and, by careful editing, to make them more accessible to the reader, so that a wider audience will be able to enjoy their power. This script vividly demonstrates Keats' belief that a true poet must be able to empathise with the suffering of others.< Less
The Romantic Poets - Volume 2 By Lord Byron et al.
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Keats, Byron and Shelley were second generation Romantic Poets who are responsible more than anyone for the idea of the Poet as flawed genius who invariably die young. They also represented the Poet... More > as a radical voice in society who sought to address social ills and conventions. England in the early 19th Century was in turmoil and about to embark on wars with Napoleon and the French that would have great significance for latter European development. Many radicals in England supported the French Revolution and saw it as a social revolution that would lead to greater freedoms and equality. However as Keats, Byron and Shelley found out holding these views in England were dangerous and often they chose self imposed exile on the continent. The deaths of Keats, Bryon and Shelley all added to their myth and legend, which sometimes overshadowed their poetry. The interest grew until in the 20th century they were all considered important English poets who have influenced many poets and artists .< Less

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