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Keats John Complete-Poems

Keats John Complete-Poems

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Keats' complete poetical works, without introduction or commentary.
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The
CompletePoems
of 
 johnk e a t s
t h e m o d e r n l i b r a r
n e w y o r k
 
CONTENTS
POEMS
[published
in
1817]
PACE
Dedication.
To
Leigh
Hunt,
Esq
x
"I
stood
tip-toe
upon
a
little
hill"
1
Specimen
of
an
Induction
to
a
Poem
6
Calidore.
A
Fragment
8
To
Some
Ladies
11
On
receiving
a
curious
Shell,
and
a
Copy
of
Verses,
from
the
same
Ladies
12
To
**
*
*
[Georgiana
Augusta
Wylie,afterwards
Mrs.
George
Keats]
14
To
Hope
15
Imitation
of
Spenser
17
"Woman
!
when
I
behold
thee
flippant,
vain"
18
Epistles
To
George
Felton
Mathew
19
To
my
Brother
George
21
To
Charles
Cowden
Clarke
24
Sonnets
I.
To
my
Brother
George
28
n
To
******
[Had
I
a
man's
fair
form"]
28
III.
Written
on
the
day
that
Mr.
Leigh
Hunt
left
Prison
...
28IV.
"How
many
bards
gild
the
lapses
of
time!"
29
V.
To
a
Friend
who
sent
me
some
Roses
29VI.
To
G.
A.
W.
[Georgiana
Augusta
Wylie]
30
VII.
"0
Solitude
!
if
I
must
with
thee
dwell"
30
VIII.
To
my
Brothers
30IX.
"Keen,
fitful
gusts
arewhisp'ring
here
and
there"
...
31
X.
"To
one
who
has
been
long
in
city
pent"
31
XI.
On
first
looking
into
Chapman's
Homer
32
XII.
On
leaving
some
Friends
at
an
early
Hour
32
XIII.
Addressed
to
Hay
don
32
XIV.
Addressed
to
the
same
33
XV.
On
the
Grasshopper
and
Cricket
33
XVI.
To
Kosciusko
34
XVII.
"Happy
is
England!"
34
Sleep
and
Poetry
35
ENDYMION:
A
POETIC
ROMANCE
Preface
by
Keats46
Book
I
47
Book
II
69
Book
III
91
Book
IV
114
v
 
vi
CONTE.NTS
LAMIA,
ISABELLA,
&c.
[published
in
1820]
PAGE
Advertisement
140
Lamia.
Part
I
141
Lamia.
Part
II
150
Isabella;
or,
the
Pot
of
Basil.
A
Story
from
Boccaccio
....
157
The
Eve
of
St.
AgneW
Ode
to
a
Nightingale/
Ode
on
a
Grecian
Urn>/
Ode
to
Psyche
j8
fancy
188
Ode
["Bards
of
Passion
and
of
Mirth"]
190
Lines
on
the
Mermaid
Tavern
191
Robin
Hood.
To
a
Friend
192
To
Autumn
193
Ode
onMelancholy
124
lyperion.
Book
I
196
lyperion.
Book
II
204
lyperion.
Book
III
212
POSTHUMOUS
AND
FUGITIVE
POEMS
On
Death
219
Women,
Wine,
and
Snuff
219
Fill
for
me
a
brimming
bowl
219
Sonnet
on
Peace
220
Sonnet
to
Byron
220
Sonnet
to
Chatterton
221
Sonnet
to
Spenser
221
Ode
to
Apollo
221
Sonnet
to
a
Young
Lady
who
sent
me
a
Laurel
Crown
....
773
On
receivinga
Laurel
Crown
from
Leigh
Hunt
223
To
the
Ladies
who
saw
me
Crown'd
223
Hymn
to
Apollo
224
Sonnet
["As
from
the
darkening
gloom"]
225
Stanzas
to
MissWylie
225
Sonnet
["Oh!
how
I
love,
on
a
fair
summer's
eve"]
225
Sonnet
["Before
he
went
to
feed
with
owls
and
bats"]
....
226Sonnet
written
in
Disgust
of
Vulgar
Superstition
226
Sonnet
["After
dark
vapours
have
oppress'd
our
plains"]
...
227
Sonnet
written
at
the
end
of
"The
Floure
and
the
Lefe"
.
.
..
227
Sonnet
to
Hay
don,
with
thefollowing
227
Sonnet
on
seeing
the
Elgin
Marbles
228
Sonnet
on
a
Picture
of
Leander
228
To
["Think
not
of
it,
sweet
one,
so;"]
229
Lines
["Unfelt,
unheard,
unseen"]
229
Sonnet
on
the
Sea
230
Sonnet
on
Leigh
Hunt's
Poem
"The
Story
of
Rimini"
....
230
On
Oxford:
a
Parody
231
The
Poet:
a
Fragment
231
Modern
Love
232
Fragments
of
The
Castle
Builder
232
A
Song
of
Opposites
["Welcome
joy,
and
welcome
sorrow"]
..
234

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