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Keats.

Motion, Andrew.

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ISBN 10: 057117227X / ISBN 13: 9780571172276
Edité par Faber & Faber, London/1997. First Edition., 1997
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Black and White photographs and reproductions of period art. VG in VG- Dust Jacket. DJ protected by removable clear cover. Oversize; Postage & Packing may cost extra. N° de réf. du libraire 18050

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Titre : Keats.

Éditeur : Faber & Faber, London/1997. First Edition.

Date d'édition : 1997

Reliure : Hardback.

Etat de la jaquette : Dust Jacket Included

Edition : 1st Edition

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The outline of the story of John Keats's life is well known: the archetypal life of the Romantic genius, critically spurned and dying young. This biography aims to enrich the facts with an understanding of how Keats fitted into the intellectual and political life of his time. It includes detailed examination of significant friendships with anti-establishment figures such as Hazlitt and Hunt, and the closeness of Keats's own spirit to the ferment all around, as expressed in his poems. The book also presents information about his schooldays and medical training.

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Whitbread Prize-winning biographer Andrew Motion ( Philip Larkin: A Writer's Life) aims to broaden our understanding of John Keats (1795-1821) by paying close attention to the historical context in which he wrote and the political opinions he voiced. The poet was "of a sceptical and republican school", Motion argues, and Keats's work reflected his experiences "not just as a private individual, but socially and politically as well." This bracing reinterpretation stresses the vigour of Keats's character as well as his verse, burying for good the sentimental cliché of a sickly dreamer concerned only with art for art's sake.

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