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Johnkeats
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John Keats His Life and Writings by Douglas Bush 1966 HBDJ

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Nonfiction

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Condition:

Acceptable

ISBN:

9780025196209

Format:

Hardcover

Publication Year:

1966

Category:

Biography & Memoir

Author:

Douglas Bush

Edition:

Ex-Library

Edition Description:

Second Printing 1966

Publisher:

The Macmillan Co

Dust Jacket:

Acceptable

Biography Type:

Literary

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Item number:

42299572

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JOHN KEATS His Life and Writings By Douglas Bush Masters of World Literature Louis Kronenberger, Editor Ex-Library Book. Copyright: 1966. No Edition stated. Second Printing 1966. Published by The Macmillan Company. 224 Pages. Book Boards are in Fair condition with some light edgewear has the dustjacket flaps glued on the inside of the borads. Has library pocket, page, several library stamps markings. Pages are Intact Tight, several with light underlining. Dustjacket is Intact with some light edge shelf wear, library sticker on the spine. From the Flyleaf....... The story of John Keat's short life, his development as a poet, and the themes of his important poems are the central concerns of Douglas Bush's brief biography of the great English poet. Using as references Keat's poetry, his abundant letters, and the accounts his contemporaries gave of him, Dr. Bush reconstructs with discriminating art the poet's childhood, his early years as a student and medical apprentice, and his tragically foreshortened career as a poet. Sensitevely revealed, Keat's deep relationships with his family, his friends, and Fanny Brawne, as well as his reactions to the ideas and attitudes of his time, offer intimate glimpses of the mind and the heart of a man who endowed English poetry with some of its most cherished stanzas. Multiple orders add .50 Per Book for combined shipping costs.
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