John Keats (Paperback)

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About the Book
This book presents an evaluative critical account of all of Keats’s important poetry. The arrangement is chronological, and the development of Keats’s style and thematic preoccupations is set in the context of the unfolding of his brief but intense personal life. The ambition is to present the intelligent reader, who is relatively new to the study of Keats, with an informative guide which includes discussion of all of the principal events and contexts in which Keats is read today. The book argues that Keats was a writer deeply concerned with history, in the social and political sense, but also in the senses of personal and literary development. In contrast however, with the main emphasis of much recent criticism, the argument here is that Keats's engagement with history took the characteristic form of an effort to represent modes of experience outside history, and indeed outside time itself.

About the Author/s
Kelvin Everest is Bradley Professor of Modern Literature and Pro-Vice-Chancellor at the University of Liverpool. He has published widely on English Romanticism. The second volume of his edition of Shelley’s poetry appeared in 2000. His books include: Coleridge's Secret Ministry (1979), Shelley Revalued (1984), English Romantic Poetry (1992), and Revolution in Writing (1992).
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ISBN-139788126913060
AuthorKelvin Everest
Weight0.5000
Original PriceINR 225
Publication Year2010
LanguageEnglish
Pages136
PublisherAtlantic Publishers and Distributors (P) Ltd
SubjectEnglish Literature
BindingPaperback
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