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Publication Date: 01/01/1966

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John Hamilton Reynolds, poet, critic, satirist, and essayist, has been principally known as a friend of Keats. Until now his prose has lain unretrieved and unread in nineteenth-century periodicals. This volume, comprising a wide selection of Reynolds’s work, presents a long overdue opportunity to assess the accomplishments of an important but neglected writer. The editor offers a biographical sketch of Reynolds’s life, a critical evaluation of his achievement, information on the journals to which he contributed, explanations of obscure references, and a complete list of Reynolds’ writings.

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