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 Kaye, Sir John WilliamKeble, John 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Keats, John
 
(b. London, October 29th, 1795; d. Rome, February 27th, 1820). Published “Poems” (1817); “Endymion” (1818); and “Hyperion” (1820). See the “Life” by Lord Houghton (1848), Colvin’s “Keats” in the English Men of Letters series (1887), and W. M. Rossetti’s “Keats” (1887). For Criticism, see Jeffrey’s and Matthew Arnold’s “Essays,” Rossetti’s edition of the “Poems,” Buxton Forman’s “Poetical Works and other Writings of John Keats” (1883), and Dr. R. Bridges’ “John Keats” (1895), etc. See also his “Letters to Fanny Brawne” (1879), and Owen’s “Keats, a Study” (1879).   1
 


 Kaye, Sir John WilliamKeble, John 

 
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