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Selected Letters of John Keats

Based on the texts of Hyder Edward Rollins, Revised Edition

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ISBN 9780674018419

Publication Date: 09/30/2005

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576 pages

5-11/16 x 8-15/16 inches

8 halftones, 1 line illustration, 1 map

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  • List of Illustrations*
  • Preface
  • Editorial Procedures
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Events in the Life of John Keats
  • Keats’s Correspondents
  • Letters, 1816–1821
    • 1816–1817
      • C. C. Clarke—September
      • C. C. Clarke—9 October
      • C. C. Clarke—31 October
      • B. R. Haydon—20 November
      • C. C. Clarke—17 December
      • J. H. Reynolds—17 March
      • George And Tom Keats—15 April
      • J. H. Reynolds—17, 18 April
      • Leigh Hunt—10 May
      • B. R. Haydon—10, 11 May
      • Taylor and Hessey—16 May
      • Taylor and Hessey—10 June
      • Jane and Mariane Reynolds—4 September
      • J. H. Reynolds—September
      • Fanny Keats—10 September
      • J. H. Reynolds—21 September
      • B. R. Haydon—28 September
      • Benjamin Bailey—8 October
      • Benjamin Bailey—28–30 October
      • Benjamin Bailey—3 November
      • Benjamin Bailey—22 November
      • J. H. Reynolds—22 November
      • George and Tom Keats—21, 27 (?) December
    • 1818
      • George and Tom Keats—5 January
      • B. R. Haydon—10 January
      • George and Tom Keats—23 January
      • B. R. Haydon—23 January
      • John Taylor—23 January
      • Benjamin Bailey—23 January
      • George and Tom Keats—23, 24 January
      • George and Tom Keats—30 January
      • John Taylor—30 January
      • J. H. Reynolds—3 February
      • George and Tom Keats—14 (?) February
      • J. H. Reynolds—19 February
      • George and Tom Keats—21 February
      • John Taylor—27 February
      • Benjamin Bailey—13 March
      • J. H. Reynolds—14 March
      • James Rice—24 March
      • J. H. Reynolds—25 March
      • B. R. Haydon—8 April
      • J. H. Reynolds—9 April
      • J. H. Reynolds—17 April
      • John Taylor—24 April
      • J. H. Reynolds—27 April
      • J. H. Reynolds—3 May
      • Benjamin Bailey—21, 25 April
      • Benjamin Bailey—10 June
      • Tom Keats—25–27 June
      • George and Georgiana Keats—27, 28 June
      • Tom Keats—29 June, 1, 2 July
      • Fanny Keats—2, 3, 5 July
      • Tom Keats—3, 5, 7, 9 July
      • J. H. Reynolds—11, 13 July
      • Tom Keats—10, 11, 13, 14 July
      • Tom Keats—17, 18, 20, 21 July
      • Benjamin Bailey—18, 22 July
      • Tom Keats—23, 26 July
      • Tom Keats—3, 6 August
      • Mrs. James Wylie—6 August
      • Fanny Keats—19 August
      • C. W. Dilke—20, 21 September
      • J. H. Reynolds—22 (?) September
      • J. A. Hessey—8 October
      • Fanny Keats—26 October
      • Richard Woodhouse—27 October
      • George and Georgiana Keats—14, 16, 21, 24, 31 October
      • James Rice—24 November
      • B. R. Haydon—22 December
    • 1819
      • George and Georgiana Keats—16–18, 22, 29 (?), 31 December 1818, 2–4 January 1819
      • B. R. Haydon—10 (?) January
      • Fanny Keats—11 February
      • B. R. Haydon—18 (?) February
      • Fanny Keats—27 February
      • B. R. Haydon—8 March
      • Fanny Keats—13 March
      • Joseph Severn—29 March
      • Fanny Keats—31 March
      • Fanny Keats—12 April
      • B. R. Haydon—13 April
      • Fanny Keats—1 May (?)
      • George and Georgiana Keats—14, 19 February, 3 (?), 12, 13, 17, 19 March, 15, 16, 21, 30 April, 3, 4 May
      • Miss Jeffery—31 May
      • Miss Jeffery—9 June
      • Fanny Keats—9 June
      • B. R. Haydon—17 June
      • Fanny Keats—17 June
      • Fanny Brawne—1 July
      • Fanny Keats—6 July
      • Fanny Brawne—8 July
      • J. H. Reynolds—11 July
      • Fanny Brawne—15 (?) July
      • Fanny Brawne—25 July
      • C. W. Dilke (with Charles Brown)—31 July
      • Fanny Brawne—5, 6 August
      • Benjamin Bailey—14 August
      • Fanny Brawne—16 August
      • John Taylor—31 August
      • J. A. Hessey—5 September
      • John Taylor—5 September
      • Fanny Brawne—13 September
      • John Taylor (from Richard Woodhouse)—19, 20 September
      • J. H. Reynolds—21 September
      • Richard Woodhouse—21, 22 September
      • Charles Brown—22 September
      • C. W. Dilke—22 September
      • Charles Brown—23 September
      • George and Georgiana Keats—17, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 27 September
      • C. W. Dilke—1 October
      • B. R. Haydon (With Charles Brown)—3 October
      • Fanny Brawne—11 October
      • Fanny Brawne—13 October
      • Fanny Brawne—19 October
      • Fanny Keats—26 (?) October
      • William Haslam—2 November
      • Joseph Severn—15 November
      • John Taylor —17 November
      • James Rice—December
      • Fanny Keats—20 December
    • 1820
      • Georgiana Wylie Keats—13, 15, 17, 28 January
      • Fanny Brawne—4 (?) February
      • Fanny Keats—6 February
      • Fanny Keats—8 February
      • Fanny Brawne—10 (?) February
      • Fanny Brawne—February (?)
      • Fanny Keats—14 February
      • Fanny Brawne—February (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—February (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—February (?)
      • James Rice—14, 16 February
      • Fanny Brawne—February (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—February (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—February (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—24 (?) February
      • Fanny Brawne—27 (?) February
      • J. H. Reynolds—28 February
      • Fanny Brawne—28 (?) February
      • Fanny Brawne—29 (?) February
      • Fanny Brawne—1 March (?)
      • C. W. Dilke—4 March
      • Fanny Brawne—March (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—March (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—March (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—March (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—March (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—March (?)
      • Fanny Keats—20 March
      • Fanny Brawne—March (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—March (?)
      • Mrs. James Wylie—24 (?) March
      • Fanny Keats—1 April
      • Fanny Keats—12 April
      • Fanny Keats—21 April
      • Fanny Keats—4 May
      • Fanny Brawne—May (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—June (?)
      • John Taylor—2 (?) June
      • Charles Brown —About 21 June
      • Fanny Keats—23 June
      • Fanny Brawne—4 July (?)
      • Fanny Brawne—5 July (?)
      • Fanny Keats—5 July
      • William Haslam (from Joseph Severn)—12 (?) July
      • Fanny Keats—22 July
      • John Keats (from Percy Bysshe Shelley)—27 July
      • Fanny Brawne—August (?)
      • Fanny Keats—13 August
      • John Taylor—13 August
      • Leigh Hunt—13 (?) August
      • John Taylor—14 August
      • Charles Brown—14 August
      • Percy Bysshe Shelley—16 August
      • Charles Brown—August (?)
      • Fanny Keats—23 August
      • Fanny Keats—11 September
      • William Haslam (from Joseph Severn)—19 September
      • William Haslam (from Joseph Severn)—21 September
      • Charles Brown—30 September
      • William Haslam (from Joseph Severn)—22 October
      • Mrs. Samuel Brawne—24 (?) October
      • Charles Brown—1, 2 November
      • William Haslam (from Joseph Severn)—1, 2 November
      • ? (from Dr. James Clark)—27 November
      • Charles Brown—30 November
      • Charles Brown (from Joseph Severn)—14, 17 December
      • John Taylor (from Joseph Severn)—24 December
    • 1821
      • ? (from Dr. James Clark)—3 January
      • Mrs. Samuel Brawne (from Joseph Severn)—11 January
      • William Haslam (from Joseph Severn)—15 January
      • John Taylor (from Joseph Severn)—25, 26 January
      • William Haslam (from Joseph Severn)—22 February
      • John Taylor (from Joseph Severn)—6 March
      • William Haslam (from Charles Brown)—18 March
      • William Haslam (from Joseph Severn)—5 May
  • Index
  • * Illustrations
    • Haydon’s life mask of Keats (plaster cast, 1816)
    • Opening page of Keats’s crossed letter to Benjamin Bailey, 22 November 1817 (Ms Keats 1.16)
    • Haydon’s drawings of Keats’s head (pen and ink, 1816)
    • Map of Keats’s 1818 walking tour
    • Silhouette of Fanny Brawne, by August Edouart
    • The last leaf of Keats’s journal letter to George and Georgiana Keats, 14 February–4 May 1819 (Ms Keats 1.53)
    • Joseph Severn, by John Partridge (pencil, 1825)
    • Fanny Brawne (ambrotype, ca. 1850)
    • Deathbed portrait of Keats, by Joseph Severn (pen and ink, 1821)
    • John Keats at Wentworth Place, by Joseph Severn (oil on canvas, 1821–1823)

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