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The Cambridge Companion to Keats

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John Kandl, Karen Swan, Duncan Wu, Jeffrey N. Cox, Vincent Newey, Paul D. Sheats, Susan J. Wolfson, John Barnard, Garrett Stewart, Christopher Ricks, Theresa M. Kelley, Greg Kucich, William C. Keach, Anne K. Mellor, Alan Richardson, Jack Stillinger
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  • Date Published: April 2001
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521651264

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  • In The Cambridge Companion to Keats, leading scholars discuss Keats's work in several fascinating contexts: literary history and key predecessors; Keats's life in London's intellectual, aesthetic and literary culture and the relation of his poetry to the visual arts. These specially commissioned essays are sophisticated but accessible, challenging but lucid, and are complemented by an introduction to Keats's life, a chronology, a list of contemporary people and periodicals, a source reference for famous phrases and ideas articulated in Keats's letters, a glossary of literary terms and a guide to further reading.

    • Essays are accessible to students, but also sophisticated enough to appeal to academics
    • An international team of contributors, all highly respected in the field of Romantic studies
    • Contains valuable supplementary material, including a chronology and a glossary of literary terms
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    "the volume provides a reasonably wide-ranging view of current issues in studying Keats and British Romanticism...belongs in all libraries where Keats is studied studies beyond the introductory level." CHOICE Nov 2001

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    • Date Published: April 2001
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521651264
    • length: 320 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.64kg
    • contains: 1 b/w illus.
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Notes on contributors
    Acknowledgments
    Texts and abbreviations
    Glossary
    A biographical note
    Chronology
    People and publications
    Where did Keats say that?
    1. The politics of Keats's early poetry John Kandl
    2. Endymion's beautiful dreamers Karen Swan
    3. Keats and the 'Cockney school' Duncan Wu
    4. Lamia, Isabella and The Eve of St. Agnes Jeffrey N. Cox
    5. Hyperion, The Fall of Hyperion and Keats's epic ambitions Vincent Newey
    6. Keats and the ode Paul D. Sheats
    7. Late lyrics Susan J. Wolfson
    8. Keats's letters John Barnard
    9. Keats and language Garrett Stewart
    10. Keats's sources, Keats's allusions Christopher Ricks
    11. Keats and 'ekphrasis' Theresa M. Kelley
    12. Keats and English poetry Greg Kucich
    13. Byron reads Keats William C. Keach
    14. Keats and the complexities of gender Anne K. Mellor
    15. Keats and Romantic science Alan Richardson
    16. The 'story' of Keats Jack Stillinger
    17. Bibliography and further reading Susan J. Wolfson
    Index.

  • Editor

    Susan J. Wolfson, Princeton University, New Jersey

    Contributors

    John Kandl, Karen Swan, Duncan Wu, Jeffrey N. Cox, Vincent Newey, Paul D. Sheats, Susan J. Wolfson, John Barnard, Garrett Stewart, Christopher Ricks, Theresa M. Kelley, Greg Kucich, William C. Keach, Anne K. Mellor, Alan Richardson, Jack Stillinger

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