Twentieth Century Interpretations of Keats's Odes: A Collection of Critical Essays
by STILLINGER, Jack (editor)
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Englewood Cliffs, NJ: A Spectrum Book / Prentice-Hall, Inc.. Good. 1968. Softcover. Per the back cover, "In this volume, the editor and sixteen other authorities examine the odes [of John Keats] to show Keats's Romantic principles, his attempt to define beauty, and his attitude toward the 'supremacy of art.'" The five odes, which include his "Ode on a Grecian Urn," were written in 1819. --- In stiff white wraps with image of a woman to front cover. A tightly-bound, sound copy but with inkings to cover, t.o.c. and to p.3, along with some tanning to leaves.; Octavo - 8 to 9 in. tall; iv, 122 pages .
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