John Keatsby John Blades
This comprehensive guide to the poetry and letters of John Keats offers a highly readable and detailed textual analysis of the themes and techniques of his work. Blades assesses all the major writing - including the narratives and the great odes - and goes on to examine the context of the verse through a survey of the poet's letters and an examination of the key features of nineteenth century Romanticism. This lively and imaginative study concludes with a discussion of some of the most influential critical responses to Keats's work.
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'An excellently clear, comprehensive and lucidly argued introduction to Keats' poems that students will find very helpful as a supplementary source. A helpful series.' - Simon Malpas, Manchester Metropolitan University
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JOHN BLADES has lectured in English Literature at the universities of Leeds and Durham. His publications include critical studies of James Joyce.
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