Keats is celebrated as a writer in three forms: lyric verse, narrative verse and letters. All three are represented here in a volume which reprints all the famous odes, a selection of sonnets and other short poems, both versions of Hyperion, extensive selections from Endymion, and the complete text of Isabella, Lamia and The Eve of St. Agnes. Finally, there are the letters in which Keats discusses his attitude to poetry and to other poets.
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40 Sonnets by Don Paterson£10.99
This new collection from Don Paterson, his first since the Forward prize-winning Rain in 2009, is a series of forty sonnets. Some take a more traditional form, some are highly experimental, but what these poems share is a lyrical intelligence and musical gift that has been visible in his work since his first book of poems, Nil Nil, in 2009.