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on 10 March 2002
A most enchanting collection of some of Keats best poems. I read his poetry for A-Level and have never been so completely taken in by anything as much as I was with his poems. His use of words, so deeply moving, makes this book a must for any poetry lover.
From the captivating and mystical Lamia to the beautiful but foolish Madeline (Eve of St Agnes) each poem is full of visually descriptive images which brings the poem into reality, drawing the reader in. Perhaps Isabella, or The Pot Of Basil is one of Keats most brilliant achievements. He portrays the young love between Isabella and Lornezo with such clarity and heartfelt descriptions that when her cruel brothers take him away from her the reader can physically feel her pain and sadness.
In short, each poem in this book is classic Keats.
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on 26 March 2014
Great, of course, to get hold of a facsimile of the 1820 collection, good for my Cam Mphil, but was spoiled somewhat by the cover: 'Jhon Keats'.
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