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Bright Star! Would I Were as Steadfast as Thou Art Movies & Media Adaptations

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Media Adaptations

Spoken Arts, Inc., has produced an audio-cassette entitled Treasury of John Keats (1989).

Anthony Thorlby can be heard on two audio-cassettes entitled Keats and Romanticism (1973) for Everett/Edwards.

Blackstone Audio Books presents John Keats (1993) on two audio-cassettes.

Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature, Library of Congress, has produced Cheryl Crawford and Greg Morton Reading Poems and Letters of John Keats, May 1952 (1952) on audiotape reel.

The King's Collage has produced an audio-cassette entitled John Keats' Pursuit of Essence (1972) with Kathryn Ludwig.

Harvard Vocarium Records has produced a 78 r.p.m. record album entitled Poems of John Keats (1941) with Robert Speaight.

Annenberg/Corporation for Public Broadcasting Project has produced an audio-cassette entitled

John Keats and the Romantic Agony (1987) from the "Introduction to Modern English and American Literature" series.

Listening Library has produced an audio-cassette entitled The Essential Keats (1989), selected and with an introduction by Philip Levine.

Monterey Home Video has produced...

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