John Keats
Bhabatosh Chatterjee

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An edition of John Keats (1971)

John Keats

his mind and work.

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Orient Longman
Language
English

This book is the author's D.Litt thesis submitted to Calcutta University, and its examiner was Professor Walter Jackson Bate of Harvard University who paid glowing tribute to the author for the high quality and critical acumen of his research work. The author held the prestigious chair of Sir Gooroodas Banerjee Professor of English at Calcutta University. As the author himself states in his preface to the book, this book is chiefly concerned with Keats's spiritual quest as revealed in his letters and poems. The quest is twofold. First, Keats searched for a system of thought that would explain the tragic mystery of human existence and offer a mode of release. Secondly, he was equally concerned with the problem of his own identity as a poet, and with the related question of his place in the tradition of English poetry.

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Bombay

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Dewey Decimal Class
821.7

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OL13649783M

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