Essential Keats

Essential Keats
Author : John Keats
Publisher : Harper Collins
Total Pages : 192
Release : 2006-03-14
ISBN 10 : 9780060887940
ISBN 13 : 006088794X
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Essential Keats Book Description:

From the introduction by Philip Levine: Walter Jackson Bate, in his biography of Keats, has writers, critics, readers, have approached Keats during the last century, on one quality in his writing they have been completely united. They have all been won by an economy and power of phrase excelled only by Shakespeare." This poet whose greatest ambition was to he "among the English poets" is not only preeminent among those of the past, but for well over a century he has continued to be the yardstick by which those who have written poetry in our language can measure their success. He remains a wellspring to which all of us might go to refresh our belief in the value of this art.


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