John Keats

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Cover: Selected Letters of John Keats: Based on the texts of Hyder Edward Rollins, Revised EditionSelected Letters of John Keats: Based on the texts of Hyder Edward Rollins, Revised EditionKeats, John
Scott, Grant F.
PAPERBACK09/30/2005$34.50
Cover: The Letters of John Keats, 1814-1821, Volumes 1 and 2The Letters of John Keats, 1814-1821, Volumes 1 and 2Keats, John
Rollins, Hyder Edward
HARDCOVER05/28/2002$211.00
Cover: Complete PoemsComplete PoemsKeats, John
Stillinger, Jack
PAPERBACK01/01/1991$35.00
Cover: John Keats: Poetry Manuscripts at Harvard: A Facsimile Edition, With an Essay on the Manuscripts by Helen VendlerJohn Keats: Poetry Manuscripts at Harvard: A Facsimile Edition, With an Essay on the Manuscripts by Helen VendlerKeats, John
Stillinger, Jack
HARDCOVER02/01/1990$268.00
Cover: The Poems of John KeatsThe Poems of John KeatsKeats, John
Stillinger, Jack
HARDCOVER09/29/1978$216.00
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