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Additional Resources for Bright Star! Would I Were as Steadfast as Thou Art by John Keats

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Armstrong, Isabel, Language as Living Form in Nineteenth Century Poetry, New Jersey: Barnes and Noble Books, 1982.

This book examines the culture of the ear and discusses many of the literary figures associated with Keats, including Shelly and Wordsworth, but Keats himself is hardly mentioned.

Bernbaum, Ernest, Guide Through the Romantic Movement,New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1949.

Bernbaum gives brief biographies of all of the most notable authors associated with Romanticism, including many who are not usually recognized as being with the group.

Bostetter, Edward E., The Romantic Ventriloquists: Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Shelley and Byron, Seattle: University ofWashington Press, 1963.

Bostetter's chapter on Keats covers all of the major points of his philosophy and technique in an insightful if slightly stiff manner.

Jones, John, John Keats' Dream of Truth, New York: Barnes& Noble, Inc., 1969.

In analyzing the scope of Keats's poetry, Jones includes an interesting comparison of...

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