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Read this one after you've read 2-3 of the more traditional treatments. Then you'll really enjoy it.Published 6 months ago by R. Bruce
While I was reading this book, the online Word for the Day from Merriam-Webster one morning turned out to be "operose" -- a timely addition to my vocabulary.Published 14 months ago by David Curry
Unfortunately this book contains at least one factual mistake (Leghorn isn't a "little port town" near Livorno) and one long description of Rome that borders on gibberish (p. Read morePublished on April 30, 2011 by Kef
This is a gorgeous book. It is also heartbreaking. Plumly brings to Keats the generosity of heart and the capaciousness of mind ("negative capability," some might call it)... Read morePublished on December 1, 2009 by Maynard Mack Jr.
"Posthumous Keats" is described as a personal biography, of John Keats, of course, one of the famed English "Romantic Poets" of the early 19th Century, who, in a very short life,... Read morePublished on November 6, 2009 by Stephanie De Pue