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Critical Essays on John Keats

Edited by Hermione de Almeida (NHC Fellow, 1982–83)

British Literature; Poetry; Poets; English Literature; John Keats

Boston: G. K. Hall, 1990

From the publisher’s description:

Hermione de Almeida’s edition of Critical Essays on John Keats in the series Critical Essays on British Literature consists of seventeen essays dating from 1965, with seven published during the last decade and seven more original studies written specifically for this volume. Together they represent a cross-section of the best in current American and British critical opinion on Keats. Most of de Almeida’s selections deal with larger aspects of Keats’s poetry, philosophy, and source material. Several original essays present new historical evidence of major influences on the poet’s works and include details of the social and gender biases of Keats’s contemporaries that influenced the poet’s early reception.

Literature / Literary Criticism / British Literature / Poetry / Poets / English Literature / John Keats /

de Almeida, Hermione (NHC Fellow, 1982–83), ed. Critical Essays on John Keats. Critical Essays on British Literature. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1990.