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Endymion; a Poetic Romance. IV. LETTERS, ETC.
By J. K. London, 1818, 8vo. Endymion. Illustrated by F. Life, Letters, and Literary Re
Joubert. From paintings by mains of J. K. Edited by R. E. J. Poynter. London, 1873, M. Milnes. 2 vols. London, fol.
1848, 16mo. The Eve of St. Agnes. By J. K.
Life and Letters of John Keats. With 20 illustrations by E. H. Wehnert. London, 1856, 8vo.
A new and completely revised The Eve of St. Agnes.
edition. Elited by Illus
Houghton, London, 1867, 8vo. trated by E. H. Wehnert. London (1875), 8vo.
Letters of J. K. to Fanny Brawne, The Eve of St. Agnes. Illus written in the years 1819 and
trated by nineteen etchings by 1820, and now given from the Charles O. Murray. London, original manuscripts, with in1880, fol.
troduction and notes, by Harry The Eve of St. Agnes, and other Buxton Forman. London, 1878,
Poems. Illustrated. Boston 8vo. [U.S.), 1876, 24mo.
In addition to the ordinary issue, Miscellanies of the Philobiblon So the following special copies were ciety. London, 1856-7, 8vo.
“printed for private distribution”,
In 8vo on Whatman's hand-made Vol. iii. contains “ Another version of Keats's Hyperion, a Vision,”
paper 50 copies, on vellum 2 copies ;
in post svo there were 6 copies with edited, with an introduction, by R. M. Milnes (Lord Houghton).
title-page set up in different style,
and 2 copies of coloured bank-note Keatsii Hyperionis. Libri i-ii. paper, one blue and the other Latine reddidit Carolus Meri.
yellow. vale. Cambridge, 1862, 8vo. Keats's Hyperion. Book I. With
V. MISCELLANEOUS. notes [life and introduction). London (1877), 8vo.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO MAGAZINES. Keats's Hyperion. Book I. With introduction, elucidatory notes,
Annals of the Fine Arts. A and an appendix of exercises. London (1878), 8vo.
quarterly magazine, edited by
James ElmesLamia, Isabella, The Eve of St.
“Ode to the Nightingale," vol. iv., Agnes, and other Poems. By
1820, pp. 354-356. The first appearJ. K. London, 1820, 12mo. ance of this poem, which was afterLamia. With illustrative designs
wards included in the “ Lamia' by W. H. Low. Philadelphia,
volume, 1820, pp. 107-112.
“Ode on a Grecian Urn." AP1885, fol.
peared first in the “Annals of the Ode to a Nightingale. By J. K. Fine Arts” vol. iv., 1820, pp. 638, 639, Edited, with an introduction,
afterwards included in the Lamia
volume. by Thomas J. Wisc. London, 1884, 8vo.
The AthenoumPrinted for private distribution, First appearance of the Sonnet and issued in parchment wrappers. “ On hearing the Bag-pipe and Four copies on vellum and twenty seeing The Stranger' played at five on paper only printed,
Inverary,” June 7, 1873, p. 725.
The Indicator. Edited by Leigh “ On Edmund Kean as a Shake Huntsperian actor, and on Kean in
In vol. i., 1820, p. 120, there are Richard, Duke of York.'” Ap thirty-four lines, headed Vox et præe. peared on the 21st and 28th Dec. terea nihil, supposed by Mr. Forman 1817.
to be a cancelled passage of En. The Dial
dymion, and reprinted by him in his
edition of Keats, 1883, vol. i., p. 221. “Notes on Milton's Paradise In vol. i. 1820, pp. 246-248, the Lost." In vol. iii., 1813, pp, 500-504 ; poem “La Belle Dame Sans Merci" reprinted by Lord Houghto
first appeared, and signed "Caviare." The Examiner
First appearance of the sonnet,
"A Dream after reading Dante's The “Sonnet to Solitude,” Keats's Episode of 'Paolo and Francesca,'” first published poem, according to signed Caviare," vol. i. 1820, p. Charles Cowden Clarke, appeared on the 5th of May 1816, signed Leigh Hunt's Literary Pocket J. K., p. 282. The first appearance of
the sonnet “To Kosciusko,” Feb. 16,
First appearance of the sonnets, 1817, p. 107.
“To Ailsa Rock" and "The Human The
Season" in 1819. first
appearance of the sonnet, “After dark vapors have oppress'd our plains," etc., Feb. 23,
VI. APPENDIX. 1817, p. 124.
Two sonnets “ To Haydon, with a Sonnet written on seeing the
BIOGRAPHY, CRITICISM, ETC. Elgin Marbles,” and “On seeing the Elgin Marbles" appear for the first Armstrong, Edmund J.-Essays time, March 9, 1817, p. 155. In 1818 they were reprinted in the Annals
and Sketches of Edmund J. of the Fine Arts, No. 8.
Armstrong London, 1877, The first appearance of the 8vo. sonnet, “Written on a blank space Keats, pp. 176-179. at the end of Chaucer's tale of The Atlantic Monthly. - Boston, 1858, Floure and the Lefe,'” March 16, 1817, p. 173.
8vo. Sonnet “On the Grasshopper and
Poet Keats." Seven Cricket" appeared on the 21st Sept.
stanzas, vol. ii., pp. 531-532. 1817, p. 599.
Belfast, Earl of. - Poets and The Gem, a Literary Annual.
Poetry of the sixth century. A Edited by Thomas Hood
course of lectures. London, The sonnet “On a picture of
1852, 8vo. Leander” appeared for the first
Moore, Keats, Scott, pp. 59-131. time in 1829, p. 109.
Best Bits. — Best Bits. London,
1884, 8vo. Hooď's Comic Annual
“The Last Moments of Keats," “Sonnet to a Cat,” 1830, p. 14. vol. ii., p. 119. Hood's Magazine
Biographical Magazine.-Lives of
the Illustrious (The BiographiIn vol. ii., 1844, p. 240, the sonnet “Life's sea hath been five times at cal Magazine). London, 1853, its slow ebb” appears for the first
8vo. time; included by Lord Houghton John Keats, vol. iii., pp. 260-271. in the Literary Remains.
Caine, T. Hall. Recollections of In vol. ii., 1844, p. 562, the poem “Old Meg," written during a tour
Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Lonin Scotland, appears for the first don, 1882, Svo. time.
Keats, pp. 167-183.
Caine, T. Hall.—Cobwebs of Criti- | Devey, J.-A comparative esticism, etc. London, 1883, 8vo. mate of Modern English Poetry. Keats, pp. 158-190.
London, 1873, 8vo. Carr, J. Comyns.—Essays on Art.
263-274. London, 1879, 8vo. The artistic spirit in Modern Eng
Dilke, Charles Wentworth.—The lish Poetry, pp. 3-34.
Papers of a Critic. Selected Clarke, Charles Cowden.
from the writings of the late The
Charles W. Dilke. 2 vols. Lon. Riches of Chaucer, in which his
don, 1875, 8vo. impurities have been expunged, John Keats, vol. i., pp. 2-14. etc. 2 vols. London, 1835, Encyclopædia Britannica. - En. 12mo.
cyclopædia Britannica. Eighth John Keats, vol. i., pp. 52, 53. edition. Edinburgh, 1857, 4to. -Recollections of Writers. Lon John Keats, vol. xiii., pp. 55-57. don, 1878, 8vo.
Ninth edition. Edinburgh, John Keats, pp. 120-157.
1882, 4to. Colvin, Sidney.-Keats (English
John Keats, by Algernon C.
Swinburne, vol. xiv., pp. 22-24. Men of Letters). London, 1887, English Writers. Essays on Eng: 8vo.
lish Writers. By the author of Cotterill, H. B.-An Introduction “ The Gentle Life.” London,
to the Study of Poetry. Lon 1869, 8vo. don, 1882, 8vo.
Shelley, Keats, etc., pp. 338-349. Keats, pp. 242-268.
Gilfillan, George.-À Gallery of Courthope,
Literary Portraits. Edinburgh, William J. The Liberal Movement in English
John Keats, pp. 372-385. Literature. London, 1885, 8vo. Gossip. — The Gossip. London,
Poetry, Music, and Painting. Coleridge and Keats, pp. 159-194.
Three Stanzas, signed G. V. D., Cunningham, Allan.—Biographi May 19, 1821, p. 96, “On Reading cal and Critical History of the
Lamia and other poems, by John
Keats." British Literature of the last Griswold, Rufus W.-The Poets fifty years. [Reprinted from the
and Poetry of England in the " Athenæum."] Paris, 1834,
Nineteenth Century. New 12mo.
York, 1875, 8vo.
John Keats, with portrait, pp. Dennis, John.—Heroes of Litera
301-311. ture. English Poets. London, Haydon, Benjamin Robert.—Life 1883, 880.
of B. R. Haydon. Edited and Keats, pp. 365-373.
compiled by Tom Taylor. 3 vols.
London, 1853, 8vo. De Quincey, Thomas.
Numerous references to Keats. on the Poets, and other English
-Correspondence and Table. Writers. Boston, 1853, 8vo.
Talk. With a memoir by his John Keats, pp. 75-97.
son, F. W. Haydon. 2 vols. -De Quincey's Works. 16 vols.
London, 1876, 8vo. Edinburgh, 1862-71, 12mo.
Contains ten letters and two exJohn Keats, vol. v, pp.. 269-288. tracts from lettei to Hay
ten letters from Haydon to Keats, Landmarks of London. Lonvol. ii., pp. 1-17.
don, [1885), 8vo. Hinde, F.-Essays and Poems. John Keats, pp. 177-182. Liverpool, 1864, 8vo.
Jeffrey, Francis. Contributions The life and works of the poet
to the Keats : a paper read before the
Edinburgh Review, Liverpool Philomathic Society,
London, 1853, 8vo. April 15, 1862, pp. 57-95.
John Keats. Review of Endymion
and Lamia, pp. 526-534. Hoffmann, Frederick A.-Poetry,
Criticisms. its crigin, nature, and history, Lester, John W. etc. London, 1884, 8vo.
Third edition. London, 1853, Keats, vol. i., pp. 483-491,
8vo. Howitt, William. — Homes and John Keats, pp. 343-349.
Haunts of the most eminent Lowell, James Russell. -- Among British Poets. Third edition.
Books. Second series. London, 1857, 8vo.
London, 1876, 8vo.
Keats, pp. 303-327.
-The Poetical Works of J. R. L. London, etc. London, 1869, 8vo.
New revised edition. Boston Keats, pp. 95-103.
[U.S.), 1882, 8vo. Hunt, Leigh. - Imagination and
Sonnet “To the Spirit of Keats," Fancy; or, selections from the English Poets. London, 1841,
Maginn, William. - Miscellanies : 12mo. Keats, born 1796, died 1821, pp.
prose and verse.
Edited by 312-345.
R. W. Montagu. 2 vols. Lon. -Foliage, or Poems original
don, 1885; 8vo. and translated. London, 1818,
Remarks on Shelley's Adonais,
vol. ii., pp. 300-311. 8vo.
Contains four sonnets; “To John Mario, Jessie White.-Sepolcri Keats," “On receiving a Crown of
(Estratto Ivy from the same,”
“ On the same," "To the Grasshopper and
dalla Nuova Antologia, 15 the Cricket."
Maggio, 1879.) Roma, 1879, -Lord Byron and some of his
On Keats and Shelley. Contemporaries ; with recollections of the author's life, and of Mason, Edward T. Personal his visit to Italy. London, Traits of British Authors. New 1828, 4to.
York, 1885, 8vo.
John Keats, pp. 195-207. -The Autobiography of Leigh Masson, David. Wordsworth, Hunt; with reminiscences of Shelley, Keats, and other friends and contemporaries. Essays. London, 1874, 8vo. In three volumes. London, “The Life and Poetry of Keats," 1850, 8vo.
pp. 143-191. The references to John Keats, vol; Medwin, Thomas. Journal of the ii., pp. 201-216, etc. are substantially reproduced from the preceding
Conversations of Lord Byror: work.
noted during a residence with Hutton, Laurence. Literary his Lordship at Pisa, in the
years 1821 and 1822. By T. | Phillips, Samuel.--Essays from Medwin. London, 1824, 4to. “ The Times.
Being a selecJohn Keats, pp. 143, 237-240, 255, tion from the literary papers etc.
which have appeared in that Milnes, Richard Monckton, Lord
journal. London, 1851, 8vo. Houghton.-Life, Letters, and “The Life of John Keats,” pp. Literary Remains of John Keats. 255-269. This article originally In two volumes. London, 1848,
appeared in “ The Times" on Sept.
17, 1849. 8vo.
New Edition. 2 vols. Lou. -Life and Letters of John Keats. A new and completely
don, 1871, 8vo.
John Keats, vol. i., pp. 255-269. revised edition. Edited by Richardson,
David Lester. Lord Houghton, London, 1867, Literary Chit-Chat, etc. Cal. 8vo.
cutta, 1848, 8vo. Mitford, Mary Russell.--Recollec Shelley, Keats, and Coleridge, pp. tions of a Literary Life, etc.
271-281. 3 vols. London, 1852, 8vo.
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel.-Ballads Shelley and Keats, vol. ii., pp. and Sonnets. London, 1881,8vo. 183-192.
Sonnets "To Five English Poets." Moir, D. M. Sketches of the No. iv., John Keats, p. 316.
poetical literature of the past Rossetti, William Michael.—Lives half-century. London, 1851, of Famous Poets. London 8vo.
[1885), 8vo. John Keats, pp. 215-221.
John Keats, pp. 349-361. Noel, Hon. Roden. Essays on Sarrazin, Gabriel. Poètes Mopoetry and
poets. London, dernes de l'Angleterre. Paris, 1886, 8vo.
1885, 8vo. Keats, pp. 160-171.
John Keats, pp. 131-152. Notes and Queries. General
Index to Notes and Queries. Scott, William Bell. - Poems, 5 series. London, 1856-80, 4to,
Ballads, Studies from Nature, Numerous references to John Sonnets, etc. Illustrated by Keats.
seventeen etchings by the author Olio. —The Olio. London (1828], and L. Alma Tadema. London, 8vo.
1875, 8vo. “Recollections of Books and their An etching by the author of Authors," No. 6, “John Keats, the Keats' Grave, p. 177 ; sonnet “On Poet," vol. i., pp. 391-394.
the Inscription, Keats' Tombstone," Oliphant, Mrs. The Literary p. 179. An Ode “To the memory of History of England, etc. John Keats," pp. 226-230. 3 vols. London, 1885, 8vo. Scribner's Monthly Magazine. —
John Keats, vol. iii., pp. 133-155. Scribner's Monthly Magazine. Owen, Frances Mary.-John Keats,
New York, 1880, 1887, 8vo. A Study. London, 1880, 8vo. The No. for June 1880 contains
Reviewed in the Academy, July 6, fourteen lines “To the Immortal 1884, p. 2
memory of Keats," and the May Payn, James. Stories from No. for 1887, p. 110, “ Keats" (ten
Boccaccio, and other Poems, verses) by Robert Burns Wilson. London, 1852, 8vo.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe.-Adonais. Sonnet to John Keats, p. 97.
An elegy on the death of John