'Bright Star' : the compete poems and selected letters, John Keats ; with an introduction by Jane CampionThe Resource 'Bright Star' : the compete poems and selected letters, John Keats ; with an introduction by Jane Campion
- 'Bright Star' : the compete poems and selected letters, John Keats ; with an introduction by Jane Campion
- Title remainder
- the compete poems and selected letters
- Statement of responsibility
- John Keats ; with an introduction by Jane Campion
- Includes indexes
- Lamia -- Isabella; or, the pot of basil -- The eve of St. Agnes -- Ode to a nightingale -- Ode on a Grecian urn -- Ode to psyche -- Fancy -- Ode -- Lines on the mermaid tavern -- Robin Hood -- To autumn -- Ode on melancholy -- Hyperion
- Posthumous and fugitive poems.
- On peace -- Lines written on 29 May, the anniversary of Charles's restoration, on hearing the bells ringing -- Ode to Apollo -- 'As from the darkening gloom a silver dove' -- To Lord Byron -- 'Fill for me a brimming bowl' -- To Chatterton -- To Emma -- 'Give me women, wine, and snuff' -- On receiving a laurel crown from Leigh Hunt -- 'Come hither all sweet maidens soberly' -- Written in digust of vulgar superstition -- 'O! how I love, on a fair summer's eve' -- To a young lady who sent me a laurel crown -- 'After dark vapours have oppressed our plains' -- Lines in a letter to J.H. Reynolds, from Oxford -- On the sea -- To the ladies who saw me crowned -- Nebuchadnezzar's dream -- 'Haydon! forgive me that I cannot speak' -- Hymn to Apollo -- On seeing the Elgin marbles -- On 'the story of rimini' -- Written on a blank space at the end of Chaucer's 'The floure and the leafe' -- 'In drear nighted December' -- 'Unfelt, unheard, unseen' -- Stanzas -- 'Hither, hither, love ---' -- 'Think not of it, sweet one, so --- ' -- On sitting down to read 'King Lear' once again -- To a cat -- 'Hence burgundy, claret, and port' -- Lines on seeing a lock of Milton's hair -- 'When I have fears that I may cease to be' -- To the Nile -- To a lady seen for a few moments at Vauxhall -- 'Spenser! a jealous honourer of thine' -- Answer to a sonnet by J.H. Reynolds, ending --- -- Apollo to the graces -- 'O blush not so!' -- 'O thou whose face hath felt the winter's wind' -- The human seasons -- 'Where be ye going, you devon maid?' -- 'For there's bishop's teign' -- To Homer -- To J.H. Reynolds from Teignmouth 25 March 1818 -- 'Over the hill and over the dale' -- To J.R. -- Fragment of an ode to Maia -- 'Sweet, sweet is the greeting of eyes' -- Acrostic -- On visiting the tomb of Burns -- A song about myself -- To Ailsa Rock -- Meg Merrilies -- 'Ah! ken ye what I met the day' -- 'All gentle folks who owe a grudge' -- 'Of late two dainties were before me plac'd' -- Sonnet written in the cottage where Burns was born -- Lines written in the Highlands after visiting the Burns county -- Staffa -- 'Read me a lesson, muse, and speak it loud' -- Ben Nevis: a dialogue -- Song -- To his Brother George in America -- 'Where's the poet?' -- Modern love -- The castle builder: fragments of a dialogue -- 'Welcome joy, and welcome sorrow' -- 'Hush, hush! Tead softly! hush, hush, my dear!' -- The dove -- Extracts from an opera -- The eve of Saint Mark -- To sleep -- 'Why did I laugh to-night?' -- On a dream after reading of Paolo and Francesca in Dante's 'Inferno' -- 'The house of mourning written by Mr. Scott' -- 'Fame, like a wayward girl' -- Song of four fairies -- La belle dame sans mercy [Indicator version] -- La belle dame sans merci -- 'How fever'd is the man, who cannot look' -- 'If by dull rhymes our English must be chain'd' -- Faery songs -- Spenserian stanzas on Charles Armitage Brown -- Ode on indolence -- A party of lovers -- 'The day is gone' -- Lines to Fanny -- To Fanny -- To Fanny -- 'This living hand, now warm and capable' -- 'Bright star, would I were steadfast as thou art' -- Two or three posies -- 'When they were come unto the faery's court' -- 'In after-time a sage of mickle lore'
- Longer posthumous poems: narrative and dramatic.
- The fall of hyperion: a vision -- The cap and bells; or, the jealousies -- Ortho the great -- King Stephen
- Selected letters.
- To Benjamin Bailey, 22 November 1817 -- To George and Tom Keats, 21, 27(?) December 1817 -- To J.H. Reynolds, 3 February 1818 -- To John Taylor, 27 February 1818 -- To John Taylor, 24 April 1818 -- To J.H. Reynolds, 3 May 1818 -- To Richard Woodhouse, 27 October 1818 -- To George and Georgina Keats, 14 February to 3 May 1819 -- To Fanny Brawne, 25 July 1819 -- To Percy Bysshe Shelley, 16 August 1820 -- To Charles Brown, 30 September 1820 -- To Charles Brown, 30 November 1820
- Poems (1817).
- Dedication, to Leigh Hunt, Esq. -- 'I stood tip-toe upon a little hill' -- Speciman of an induction to a poem -- Calidore: a fragment -- To some ladies -- On receiving a curious shell and a copy of verses from the same ladies -- To **** -- To hope -- Imitation of spenser -- 'Woman! when I behold thee flippant, vain'
- To George Felton Mathew -- To my brother George -- To Charles Cowden Clarke
- To my brother George -- To ***** -- Written on the day that Mr. Leigh Hunt left prison -- 'How many bards gild the lapses of time!' -- To a friend who sent me some roses -- To G.A.W. -- 'O solitude! if I must with thee dwell' -- To my brothers -- 'Keen fitful gusts are whispering here and there' -- 'To one who has been long in city pent' -- On first looking into Chapman's Homer -- On leaving some friends at an early hour -- Addressed to Haydon -- Addressed to the same -- On the grasshopper and cricket -- To Kosciusko -- "Happy is England' -- Sleep and poetry
- Endymion: a poetic romance
- Lamia, Isabella, the eve of St. Agnes and other poems (1820).
- Control code
- 20 cm.
- xvi, 525 p.
- System control number
- (Sirsi) 306447
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