Oxford University Press, 1990 - 667 páginas
Contains almost all of Keat's non-dramatic poetry, including "Endymion" in its entirety, and a substantial selection of his letters. Many of the poems, including humorous and political pieces, were not published during Keat's short lifetime and never prepared for press; in this unique edition they are presented just as Keats left them. Cook provides an insight into the poet's creative process and life, enhanced by the inclusion of his remarkable letters. Also included are his other prose writings as a public reviewer of the contemporary stage and as a private reader with his annotations to Shakespeare and Milton.
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