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John Keats

Author Code: EJKX

Born: Oct. 31, 1795 - London, England

Died: Feb. 23, 1821 - Rome, Italy

Virtually self-taught in Latin, history, and French, Keats initially studied medicine and was qualified as a surgeon. However, his love of literature and poetry drew him to a career in writing. His first work, a sonnet, was published in the Examiner in 1816 by his friend William Hazlitt. His publication in 1817, with the help of another friend, Shelley, The Poems of John Keats, was a financial failure. Persevering, Keats published Endymion in 1818, but this also received little acclaim from the critics. In 1819, he wrote La Belle Dame sans Merci and his great odes, To a Nightengale, On a Grecian Urn and To Psyche. At the end of that year he published Hyperion and The Eve of St. Agnes, both of which were praised by the critics. Late in 1820, suffering from tubercuosis, Keats travelled to Rome in search of a more conducive climate, but died there at the beginning of 1821. Other important works include Lamia and Other Poems (1820), Cap and Bells (1819) and On Melancholy (1819).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EJKX002 Endymion 1816 82 348k eBook Download PDF - 'Endymion' (EJKX002) Find a printed copy of Endymion by John Keats at AbeBooks
EJKX005 The Eve of St. Agnes 1820 11 135k eBook Download PDF - 'The Eve of St. Agnes' (EJKX005) Find a printed copy of The Eve of St. Agnes by John Keats at AbeBooks
EJKX004 Hyperion 1819 19 160k eBook Download PDF - 'Hyperion' (EJKX004) Find a printed copy of Hyperion by John Keats at AbeBooks
EJKX001 Lamia 1820 15 152k eBook Download PDF - 'Lamia' (EJKX001) Find a printed copy of Lamia by John Keats at AbeBooks
EJKX006 Odes 1819
  To Autumn
  Ode on A Grecian Urn
  Ode on Indolence
  Ode on Melancholy
  Ode to A Nightingale
  Ode to Psyche
1819 11 135k eBook Download PDF - 'Odes 1819' (EJKX006) Find a printed copy of Odes 1819 by John Keats at AbeBooks
EJKX003 Poems 1817
  To * * * * * *
  To * * * *
  Addressed to Haydon
  Addressed to the Same (Haydon)
  Calidore
  To Charles Cowden Clarke
  On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer
  To A Friend Who Sent Me Some Roses
  To G. A. W.
  To George Felton Mathew
  On the Grasshopper and Cricket
  Happy is England! I Could Be Content
  To Hope
  How Many Bards Gild the Lapses of Time!
  Imitation of Spenser
  Keen, Fitful Gusts are Whisp'ring Here and There
  To Kosciusko
  On Leaving Some Friends At An Early Hour
  To My Brother George - Sonnet
  To My Brother George
  To My Brothers
  O Solitude! If I Must With Thee Dwell
  To One Who Has Been Long in City Pent
  Poems
  On Receiving A Curious Shell, and A Copy of Verses, From the Same Ladies
  Sleep and Poetry
  To Some Ladies
  Specimen of An Induction to A Poem
  Written on the Day That Mr. Leigh Hunt Left Prison
1817 57 277k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems 1817' (EJKX003) Find a printed copy of Poems 1817 by John Keats at AbeBooks

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