The Complete Sonnets Of John Keats - All 64 Poems In One Edition (eBook)
From One Of The Most Beloved English Romantic Poets, Influenced By John Milton And Edmund Spenser, And One Of The Greatest Lyric Poets In English Lite
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This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.Contents.John Keats (1795-1821) was an English Romantic poet.Content:Introduction: Life of John Keats by Sidney ColvinSonnets:Bright Star! Would I Were Steadfast As Thou ArtOn First Looking into Chapman's HomerSonnet: When I Have Fears That I May Cease to BeSonnet on the SonnetSonnet to ChattertonSonnet Written in Disgust of Vulgar SuperstitionSonnet: Why Did I Laugh Tonight? No Voice Will TellSonnet to a CatSonnet Written Upon the Top of Ben NevisSonnet: This Pleasant Tale is Like a Little CopseSonnet - The Human SeasonsSonnet to HomerSonnet to A Lady Seen for a Few Moments at VauxhallSonnet on Visiting the Tomb of BurnsSonnet on Leigh Hunt's Poem 'the Story of Rimini'Sonnet: A Dream, After Reading Dante's Episode of Paulo and FrancescoSonnet to SleepSonnet Written in Answer to a Sonnet Ending Thus:Sonnet: After Dark Vapours Have Oppress'd Our PlainsSonnet to John Hamilton ReynoldsSonnet on Sitting Down to Read King Lear Once AgainSonnet: Before He Went to Feed with Owls and BatsSonnet Written in the Cottage Where Burns Was BornSonnet to The NileSonnet on PeaceSonnet on Hearing the Bagpipe andSonnet: Oh! How I Love, on a Fair Summer's EveSonnet to ByronSonnet to SpenserSonnet: As from the Darkening Gloom A Silver DoveSonnet on the SeaSonnet to FannySonnet to Ailsa RockSonnet on a Picture of LeanderSonnetsTwo Sonnets on FameTo My BrothersAddressed to HaydonTo G. A. W.To a Friend Who Sent Me Some RosesTo a Young Lady Who Sent Me a Laurel CrownOn Receiving a Laurel Crown from Leigh HuntTo KosciuskoHappy is England! I Could Be ContentHow Many Bards Gild the Lapses of Time!On the Grasshopper and CricketThe Day is Gone, and All Its Sweets Are Gone!To the Ladies Who Saw Me Crown'dTo My Brother GeorgeOn Seeing the Elgin MarblesTo One Who Has Been Long in City Pent...