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Complete list of John Keats’s poems   (148 poems):



        At this website you can find all poems of famous English romantic poet John Keats and all letters by John Keats.  The poems classified by groups: odes, sonnets, epistles, others poems, short poems, and separately placed his long poems: Endymion, Hyperion, Lamia. Totally you can find 148 poems of John Keats at the website All letters by John Keats classified by years – 165 letters in total. Also you can read and download some poems in PDF-format. Website is constantly growing and we will be very glad to receive your critics and suggestions: email us to


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              –  Book I           –  Book II           –  Book III           –  Book IV     Analysis of the Endymion : The mythological poem of the English Romantic poet John Keats – four thousand lines about …

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To George Felton Mathew To My Brother George To Charles Cowden Clarke To John Hamilton Reynolds   Epistles by John Keats  –  READ AND DOWNLOAD EPISTLES BY JOHN KEATS IN PDF    

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  Lamia – part 1   Lamia – part 2         Lamia by John Keats –  READ AND DOWNLOAD LAMIA BY JOHN KEATS IN PDF          

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Fragment of an Ode to Maia Lines on the Mermaid Tavern Ode (Bards of Passion and of Mirth) Ode on a Grecian Urn Ode on Indolence Ode on Melancholy Ode to a Nightingale Ode to Apollo Ode to Fanny Ode to Psyche To Autumn     Odes by John Keats  – READ AND DOWNLOAD ODES BY JOHN KEATS IN …

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Acrostic: Georgiana Augusta Keats A Galloway Song A Party Of Lovers A Song About Myself A Song of Opposites Addressed to the Same After dark vapours have oppressed our plains An Extempore Apollo to the Graces As Hermes once took to his feathers light Ben Nevis: A Dialogue Calidore – A fragment Character Of Charles …

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A thing of beauty is a joy for ever …  (Endymion) After dark vapours have oppressed our plains For a long dreary season, comes a day …  (After dark vapours have oppressed our plains) Ah! ken ye what I met the day…   (A Galloway Song)  All gentle folks who owe a grudge ….  (The Gadfly) An Apartment in the Castle. Enter …

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Addressed to Haydon As from the darkening gloom a silver dove Before he went to live with owls and bats Blue! ‘Tis the life of heaven, the domain Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art Dedication To Leigh Hunt, Esq. Happy is England! I could be content How many bards gild the lapses …

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APPENDIX (About John Keats by Sidney Colvin)

I. The Alexander fragment (page 33). Here is the text:— Whenne Alexandre the Conqueroure was wayfayringe in y^e londe of Inde, there mette hym a damoselle of marveillouse beautie slepynge uponne the herbys and flourys. He colde ne loke uponne her withouten grete plesance, and he was welle nighe loste in wondrement. Her forme was …

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CHAPTER XVII (About John Keats by Sidney Colvin)

EPILOGUE Hopes and fears at home—Fanny Brawne: Leigh Hunt—Supposed effect of reviews—Shelley misled and inspired—Adonais—A Blackwood Parody—False impressions confirmed—Death of Shelley—Hazlitt and Severn—Brown at Florence—Inscription for Keats’s grave—Severn and Walter Scott—Slow growth of Keats’s fame—Its beginnings at Cambridge—Opinion in the early ‘forties—Would-be biographers at odds—Taylor and Brown: Brown and Dilke—A solution: Monckton Milnes—The old circle: …

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