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For many years one of the most serious needs in the literary world has been for a definitive edition of the letters of Keats. Now one of the world's foremost Keats authorities, Hyder Edward Rollins of Harvard, has prepared a completely new edition of all the extant letters, with an extensive listing of the letters presumed missing.

With impeccable scholarship and total faithfulness to the originals, Professor Rollins here is able to redate and rearrange sixty of the letters. ...

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Overview

For many years one of the most serious needs in the literary world has been for a definitive edition of the letters of Keats. Now one of the world's foremost Keats authorities, Hyder Edward Rollins of Harvard, has prepared a completely new edition of all the extant letters, with an extensive listing of the letters presumed missing.

With impeccable scholarship and total faithfulness to the originals, Professor Rollins here is able to redate and rearrange sixty of the letters. Through full documentation for each letter, understanding of the content is considerably amplified both through the correction of errors, and through application of the results of the editor's life-long study of Keats and his work. In addition to many letters from Keats' relatives and friends, the present work includes seven letters or other documents signed or written by Keats that appear in no English edition, and also new texts of seven other letters by the poet. Furthermore, all the letters known only in Woodhouse's transcripts and in Jeffrey's transcripts are here printed for the first time exactly as Woodhouse and Jeffrey copied them.

The letters of Joseph Severn describing the last illness and death of Keats are given in their entirety. These letters are invaluable historically and biographically, and are also exceptionally good reading.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780674527003
  • Publisher: Harvard University Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/1958
  • Pages: 920

Table of Contents

VOLUME ONE

INTRODUCTION

KEATS'S LETTERS AND THEIR EDITORS

THE PLAN OF THIS EDITION

ABBREVIATED NAMES AND TITLES

EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF KEATS

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF KEATS'S CORRESPONDENTS
Richard Abbey
Benjamin Bailey
Fanny Brawne
Charles Brown
Charles Cowden Clarke
The Dilkes
William Haslam
Benjamin Robert Haydon
Leigh Hunt
The Jefreys of Teignmouth
Fanny Keats
George Keats
Tom Keats
John Hamilton Reynolds
John Hamilton Reynolds' Family
James Rice, Jr.
Joseph Severn
John Taylor and James Augustus Hessey
Richard Woodho use, Jr.
Georgiana Augusta Wylie

LETTERS AND PAPERS: 1814-1818

1814
December (?)--George Keats to Fanny Keats

1815
November--John Keats to G. F. Mathew

1816
June 13--The Keats Brothers to Richard Abbey
August--George Keats to John and Tom Keats
August--John Keats to George Keats
September--John Keats to C. C. Clarke
October 9--John Keats to C. C. Clarke
October 31--John Keats to C. C. Clarke
November 1--John Keats to Joseph Severn
November 8 or 11--John Keats to C. C. Clarke
November 20--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
November 21--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
November 22--J. H. Reynolds to B. R. Haydon
December 17--John Keats to C. C. Clarke

1817
March 3--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
March 9--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
March--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
March 17--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
March 25--John Keats to C. C. Clarke
April 12 or 13--John Keats to Taylorand Hessey
April 15--John Keats to George and Tom Keats
April 17, 18--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
May 8(?)--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
May 8--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
May 10--John Keats to Leigh Hunt
May 10, 11--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
May 16--John Keats to Taylor and Hessey
June 10--John Keats to Taylor and Hessey
August--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
September 4--John Keats to Jane and Mariane Reynolds
September--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
September 10--John Keats to Fanny Keats
September--John Keats to Jane Reynolds
September 14--John Keats to Jane and Mariane Reynolds
September 17--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
September 21--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
September 28--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
October 8--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
October 28-30--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
October 31--John Keats to Jane Reynolds
November 3--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
November 5 or 12(?)--John Keats to The Dilkes
November 22--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
November 22--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
December 21, 27(?)--John Keats to George and Tom Keats
December 31--John Keats to B. R. Haydon

1818
January (?)--John Keats to Callers on John Taylor
January 5--John Keats to George and Tom Keats
January 10--John Keats to John Taylor
January 10--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
January 11--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
January 13, 19--John Keats to George and Tom Keats
January 23--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
January 23--John Keats to John Taylor
January 23--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
January 23, 24--John Keats to George and Tom Keats
January 30--John Keats to John Taylor
January 31--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
February 3--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
February 5--John Keats to John Taylor
February 14(?)--John Keats to George and Tom Keats
February 19--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
February 19--John Keats to Horace Smith
February 21--John Keats to George and Tom Keats
February 27--John Keats to John Taylor
March 4--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
March 13--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
March 14--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
March 18--George Keats to John Keats
March 21--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
March 21--John Keats to Taylor and Hessey
March 24--John Keats to James Rice
March 25--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
March 25--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
April 8--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
April 9--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
April 10--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
April 24--John Keats to John Taylor
April 27--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
May 3--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
May 4 or 5--John Keats to Mrs. Margaret Jeffrey
May 17, 18--Tom Keats to Marian Jeffrey
May 21, 25--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
June 4--John Keats to Marian and Sarah Jeffrey
June 6--John Keats to Joseph Severn
June 10--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
About June 18--George Keats to John Taylor
June 21--John Keats to John Taylor
June 21--John Keats to Thomas Monkhouse
June 22--Tom Keats to John Taylor
June 25-27--John Keats to Tom Keats
June 27, 28--John Keats to George and Georgiana Keats
June 29, July 1, 2--John Keats to Tom Keats
July 2, 3, 5--John Keats to Fanny Keats
July 3, 5, 7, 9--John Keats to Tom Keats
July 11, 13--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
July 10, 11, 13, 14--John Keats to Tom Keats
July 17, 18, 20, 21--John Keats to Tom Keats
July 18, 22--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
July 23, 26--John Keats to Tom Keats
August 3, 6--John Keats to Tom Keats
August 6--John Keats to Mrs. James Wylie
August 7--Charles Brown to C. W. Duke, Sr.
August 19--John Keats to Fanny Keats
August 25--John Keats to Fanny Keats
September 1--John Keats to Jane Reynolds
September 20, 21--John Keats to C. W. Duke
September 22(?)--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
September 25--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
October 8--John Keats to J. A. Hessey
October 9--John Keats to Fanny Keats
October 9--John Keats to Thomas Richards
October 14--J. H. Reynolds to John Keats
October 16--John Keats to Fanny Keats
October 21--Richard Woodhouse to John Keats
October 23--Richard Woodhouse to Mary Frogley
October 26--John Keats to Fanny Keats
October 27--John Keats to Richard Woodhouse
About October 27--Richard Woodhouse to John Taylor
October 14, 16, 21, 24, 31--John Keats to George and Georgiana Keats
November 5--John Keats to Fanny Keats
November 24--John Keats to James Rice
November--John Keats to Mrs. Burridge Davenport
November 30--John Keats to Fanny Keats
December 1--Charles Brown to Richard Woodhouse
December 10--Richard Woodhouse to John Keats
December 15(?)--John Keats to Mrs. George Reynolds
December 18--John Keats to Richard Woodhouse
December 18--John Keats to Fanny Keats
December 20--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
December 22--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
December 23(?)--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
December 24--John Keats to John Taylor
December 30--John Keats to Fanny Keats

CHARLES BROWN'S WALKS IN THE NORTH (1840)

VOLUME TWO

LETTERS AND PAPERS: 1819-1821

1819
January 1(?)--John Keats to Mrs. James Wylie
January 1(?)--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
December 16-18, 22, 29(?), 31, January 2-4--John Keats to George and Georgiana Keats
January 4(?)--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
January 7--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
January 10(?)--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
January 14--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
January 16 (?)--John Keats to Fanny Keats
January 24--John Keats (with Charles Brown) to C. W. and Mrs. Duke
February 4--John Keats to William Mayor
February 11--John Keats to Fanny Keats
February 18(?)--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
February 20--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
February 27--John Keats to Fanny Keats
March 8--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
March 10--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
March 13--John Keats to Fanny Keats
March 24--John Keats to Fanny Keats
March 29--John Keats to Joseph Severn
March 31--John Keats to Fanny Keats
April 12--John Keats to Fanny Keats
April 12--B. R. Haydon to John Keats
April 13--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
May 1(?)--John Keats to Fanny Keats
February 14, 19, March 3(?), 12, 13, 17, 19, April 15, 6, 21, 30, May 3--John Keats George and Georgiana Keats
May 12--John Keats to William Haslam
May 12--John Keats to Fanny Keats
May 26--John Keats to Fanny Keats
May 29(?)--John Keats to Taylor and Hessey
May 31--John Keats to Sarah Jeffrey
June--John Keats to C. W. Dilke
June 9--John Keats to Sarah Jeffrey
June 9--John Keats to Fanny Keats
June 12--John Keats to James Elmes
June 14--John Keats to Fanny Keats
June 17--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
June 17--John Keats to Fanny Keats
July 1--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
July 6--John Keats to Fanny Keats
July 8--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
July 11--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
July 15(?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
July 16--John Keats to Richard Abbey
July 25--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
July 31--John Keats (with Charles Brown) to C. W. Dilke
August 5, 6--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
August 14--John Keats to Benjamin Bailey
August 16--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
August 23--John Keats to John Taylor
August 23--Charles Brown to John Taylor
August 24--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
August 28--John Keats to Fanny Keats
August 31--Richard Woodhouse to John Taylor
August 31--John Keats to John Taylor
September 5--John Keats to J. A. Hessey
September 5--John Keats to John Taylor
September 13--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
September 19, 20--Richard Woodhouse to John Taylor
September 21--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
September 21, 22--John Keats to Richard Woodhouse
September 22--John Keats to Charles Brown
September 22--John Keats to C. W. Dilke
September 23--John Keats to Charles Brown
September 25--John Taylor to Richard Woodhouse
September 17, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 27--John Keats to George and Georgiana Keats
October 1--John Keats to C. W. Dilke
October 3--John Keats (with Charles Brown) to B. R. Haydon
October 11--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
October 13--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
October 19--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
October 26(?)--John Keats to Fanny Keats
November 2--John Keats to William Haslam
November 10--John Keats to Joseph Severn
November 12--John Keats to George and Georgiana Keats
November 15--John Keats to Joseph Severn
November 17--John Keats to Fanny Keats
November 17--John Keats to John Taylor
December--John Keats to James Rice
December 20--John Keats to Fanny Keats
December 22--John Keats to Fanny Keats

1820
January 13, 15, 17, 28--John Keats to Georgiana Keats
January 30--George Keats to Fanny Keats
January 30--George Keats to John Keats
February 4(?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February 6--John Keats to Fanny Keats
February 8--John Keats to Fanny Keats
February 10(?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February 10--John Keats to Fanny Keats
February (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February 14--John Keats to Fanny Keats
February (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February 14, 16--John Keats to James Rice
February 19--John Keats to Fanny Keats
February (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February 24(?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February 24--John Keats to Fanny Keats
February 27(?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February 28--John Keats to J. H. Reynolds
February 28(?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
February 29(?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March 1(?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March 4--John Keats to C. W. Dilke
March (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March 8--Charles Brown to John Taylor
March 10--Charles Brown to John Taylor
March (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March 13(?)--Charles Brown to John Taylor
March (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March 20--John Keats to Fanny Keats
March (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
March 24(?)--John Keats to Mrs. James Wylie
April 1--John Keats to Fanny Keats
April--John Keats to Fanny Keats
April 12--John Keats to Fanny Keats
April (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
April 21--John Keats to Fanny Keats
May 4--John Keats to Fanny Keats
May 15--John Keats to Charles Brown
May (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
June (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
June 11(?)--John Keats to John Taylor
June 18--George Keats to John Keats
June--B. K. Haydon to John Keats
About June 21--John Keats to Charles Brown
June 23--John Keats to Fanny Keats
June (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
June--John Keats to Taylor and Hessey
July 4(?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
July (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
July 5--John Keats to Fanny Keats
July 12(?)--Joseph Severn to William Haslam
July 14--B. K. Haydon to John Keats
July 22--John Keats to Fanny Keats
July 27--P. B. Shelley to John Keats
August (?)--John Keats to Fanny Brawne
August 13--John Keats to Fanny Keats
August 13--John Keats to John Taylor
August 13(?)--John Keats to Leigh Hunt
August 13(?)--Leigh Hunt to John Keats
August 14--John Keats to John Taylor
August 14(?)--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
August 14--John Keats to Charles Brown
August 16--John Keats to P. B. Shelley
August 17--John Aitken to John Keats
August--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
August (?)--John Keats to Charles Brown
August (?)--John Keats to B. R. Haydon
August 23--John Keats to Fanny Keats
August 23--John Keats to William Haslam
August 23--Richard Abbey to John Keats
September 11--John Keats to Fanny Keats
September 13--William Haslam to John Taylor
September 13--John Taylor to William Haslam
September 16--John Keats to Copyright Assignment to Taylor and Hessey
September 16--Richard Woodhouse to John Keats
September 19--John Taylor to Fanny Keats
September 19--Joseph Severn to William Haslam
September 19(?)--Joseph Severn to William Haslam (?)
September 21--Joseph Severn to William Haslam
September 30--John Keats to Charles Brown
October 5--Charles Brown to John Taylor
October 22--Joseph Severn to William Haslam
October 24(?)--John Keats to Mrs. Samuel Brawne
November 1--John Keats to Charles Brown
November 1, 2--Joseph Severn to William Haslam
November 8--George Keats to John Keats
November 27--Dr. James Clark to ?
November 30--John Keats to Charles Brown
December 14, 17--Joseph Severn to Charles Brown
December 21--Charles Brown to John Keats

1821

January 3--Dr. James Clark to ?
January 15--Joseph Severn to William Haslam
January 25, 26--Joseph Severn to John Taylor
February 6--Mrs. Samuel Brawne to Joseph Severn
February 22--Joseph Severn to William Haslam
March 6--Joseph Severn to John Taylor
March 18--Charles Brown to John Taylor
March 18--Charles Brown to William Haslam

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