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In the summer of Keats published the Eve eBook #184 this collection his third and final volume of poetry A few months earlier he had started coughing up blood the following February he wou I m not smart andor patient enough for early 19th century poetry Hyperion a lengthy detailed overdramatic poem about the Titans fall nearly killed me

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Lamia, Isabella, the Eve of St.Agnes and Other Poems (Penguin Classics: Poetry First Editions)

' his tale of love and betrayal in ancient Corinth the haunting medieval romance of 'The Eve of St Agnes' and his six famous odes now considered among the most famous verse in the language Read a few of his other poems but I don t remember which ones specifically except The Eve of St Agnes 3807

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Ld die of tuberculosis in Rome aged just twenty five This volume contains his greatest work written in an astonishing burst of creative genius in Lamia Isabella PDFEPUBIt includes 'Lamia While the shorter poems the author is known for were excellent the longer narrative style pieces were rather mediocre as they tended to drag on in a convoluted and confusing manner


10 thoughts on “Lamia, Isabella, the Eve of St.Agnes and Other Poems (Penguin Classics: Poetry First Editions)

  1. says:

    So I had to read and study Keats' Lamia Isabella Eve of St Agnes and La Belle Dame Sans Merci for my A level I didn't really consider myself a Keats lover and I'm still not uite there but I would say I appreciate his work and it has opened my eyes to the world of Romantic poetry My main sticking point with Keats is I cannot agree with or have any respect for his portrayal of women Either they are passive victims or they

  2. says:

    I'm not smart andor patient enough for early 19th century poetry Hyperion a lengthy detailed overdramatic poem about the Titans' fall

  3. says:

    I freuently hear of a seperation between the Romantics and the pre Romantics as having a lot to do with their enga

  4. says:

    There is something both fascinating and kind of dull about Keats The fascination is in the themes he uses often derived from British folklore or Greek mythology with romantic dark overtones which sometimes gives it an almost Horror feel as in both Lamia and Isabella Dull because is a really formal writer and sometimes form overwhelms the poem in ways which are pretty distracting That being said the mix of the formalism and fantastic them

  5. says:

    Always looked at Keats as one of the exemplary figures of small r romanticism as contrasted with the capital R Romanticism of Melville and Blake Which is to say that his strengths are musical and personal less philosophical He had as good a sense of the music of vowels as anyone who ever wrote; you can hear that in The Eve of St Agnes and the great odes Nightingale Psyche Melancholy Grecian Urn Still not a favorite but I'm glad I

  6. says:

    While the shorter poems the author is known for were excellent the longer narrative style pieces were rather mediocre as t

  7. says:

    Did they know back in 1819 they were purchasing and delighting in what is essentially Keats's greatest hits How great would it be to

  8. says:

    I read this book of poems when I was at Sixth form and loved the darkness of the poems 'Lamia' has to be one of my favourites it like a short story than an actual poem

  9. says:

    Read a few of his other poems but I don't remember which ones specifically except The Eve of St Agnes 3807

  10. says:

    Keats is pound for pound the greatest poet in English literature

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