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John Keats Complete Works – World’s Best Collection - 50+ Works - All Poems Poetry Posthumous Works Letters & Rarities Plus Biography and Bonuses - cover

John Keats Complete Works – World’s Best Collection - 50+ Works - All Poems Poetry Posthumous Works Letters & Rarities Plus Biography and Bonuses

John Keats, William Michael Rossetti, Sidney Colvin, Percy Bysshe Shelley

Publisher: Imagination Books

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Summary

John Keats Complete Works World's Best Collection

 
This is the world’s best Jonh Keats collection, including the most complete set of Keats’ works available plus many free bonus materials.

 
Jonh Keats

 
John Keats, who tragically died from tuberculosis at age 25, was an English Romantic poet. Together with Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley, he was one of the main and most influential figures of the second generation of Romantic poets.

 
After his death, his reputation grew and by the end of the 19th century, he had become one of the most beloved of all English poets, and today his poems and letters are some of the most popular and most analyzed in English literature.

 
The poetry of Keats is characterized by sensual imagery, typical of romantic poets, accentuating extreme emotion through the emphasis of natural imagery

 
The ‘Must-Have’ Complete Collection

 
In this irresistible collection you get a full set of Keats work with more than 50 works - All his poems, All poetry, All posthumous works, and 2 full length biographies. Plus Free Bonus material.

 


 
Works Included:

 
Poems Up To 1817 Including:

 
O Solitude! If I Must With The Dwell

 
Epistles

 
Sleep And Poetry

 
Poems Published In 1820 (With Annotated Notes) Including:

 
Lamia

 
Isabella Or The Pot Of Basil

 
Eve Of St. Agnes

 
Ode To A Nightingale

 
Robin Hood

 
Hyperion

 
Poems Published Posthumously, Including:

 
Bright Star, Would I Were As Steadfast As Thou Art

 
Ode To Indolence

 
The Fall Of Hyperion – A Dream

 
All Keats’ Sonnets

 
Endymion - Keats’ romantic epic

 
Full Collection Of Keats’ Letters To Friends And Family

 


 
Your Free Special Bonuses

 
Adonais - A poem written by Percy Bysshe Shelley, written about and dedicated to John Keats. The section includes complete annotations and notes, as well as memoirs of both Shelley and Keats.

 
Life Of Keats – Comprehensive biography written by William Michael Rossetti.

 
Keats – Biography written by Sidney Colvin, the editor of the collection of Keats’ letters.

 
Historical Context and Literary Context Notes - Detailed explanations of the Regency Era and Romanticism, written specially for this collection.

 


 
Get This Collection Right Now

 
This is the best Keats collection you can get, so get it now and start enjoying and being inspired by his words like never before!

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