November 22, 2017

Today in History: John Keats

Today in History–September 19–the Library of Congress features poets and the seasons. On this day in 1819, English poet John Keats, wrote “To Autumn,” a three-stanza ode to the splendor, bounty, and melancholy of fall. Find out more poems and poets by visiting the Today in History section, then click the links below to access 19th-century periodical articles written about Keats.

John Keats Wrote Ode “To Autumn” from America’s Library

John Keats poems

The Poetical Works of John Keats.” The United States Democratic Review Volume 18, Issue 93, Mar 1846

John Keats.” The United States Democratic Review Volume 21, Issue 113, November 1847

John Keats.” The United States Democratic Review Volume 26, Issue 143, May 1850

The ‘Hyperion’ of John Keats.” The American Whig Review Volume 14, Issue 82, Oct 1851

The Poetical Works of John Keats.” The Atlantic Monthly Volume 40, Issue 237, July 1877

Forman’s The Letters of John Keats to Fanny Brawne.” The Atlantic Monthly Volume 41, Issue 248, June 1878

The American Edition of Keats.” The Atlantic Monthly Volume 53, Issue 317, March 1884

A Reading in the Letters of John Keats.” The Atlantic Monthly Volume 74, Issue 443, September 1894

John Keats.” The New England Magazine Volume 18, Issue 5, July 1895

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