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Caroline Bertonèche

                          John Keats
                          Le Poète et le Mythe

                          Presses universitaires de Lyon

Bibliographie

DOI : 10.4000/books.pul.3303
Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Lyon, UGA Éditions
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Année d'édition : 2011
Date de mise en ligne : 5 novembre 2019
Collection : Esthétique et représentation : monde anglophone (1750-1900)
ISBN électronique : 9782729711177

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Manuscrits

Houghton Library, Harvard Keats Collection 1814-1891 (inclusive),
   MS Keats 1-6 (ca. 25 linear ft.).
Houghton Library, Harvard Keats Collection 1817-1922, MS
   Keats 7, 1 vol., 1 box (3 linear ft.).
Houghton Library, Harvard Keats Collection, Adonais... with notes... by
   Joseph Severn [the notes only], MSS ; Rome, 30 August 1873, 4.16.3.
Houghton Library, Harvard Keats Collection, Biographical notes on
   Keats by Joseph Severn, KC 182. MS (unsigned; incomplete) ; [n. p.,
   October 1845?], 4.16.1.
Houghton Library, Harvard Keats Collection, Fragment of a Travel
   Journal in Italy in 1822 by Joseph Severn, MS (unsigned, incomplete);
   [n. p., n. d.], 4.16.5.
Houghton Library, Harvard Keats Collection, Manuscripts concerning
   Joseph Severn collected by Arthur Amory Houghton, MS Eng. 1427, 1 v.
   (1 linear ft.).
Houghton Library, Harvard Keats Collection, My Tedious Life by
   Joseph Severn, MSS ; Tossa, September 1863. 4.16.4.
Houghton Library, Harvard Keats Collection, On the Adversities of
   Keats’s Fame by Joseph Severn, MSS ; Rome, [25 December] 1861,
   4.16.2.
Houghton Library, Keats Room, Plan for the Various Incidents of my Life
   by Joseph Severn, MS (unsigned) ; [n. p.] 18 Jan. 1857-5 Sep. 1858 and
   [n. d.]. 45 f. (85 p.), n° 493.
Keats-Shelley House, Rome, Compilation of manuscripts on John Keats by
   G. Robertson, 13 loose sheets, n° G008.
London Metropolitan Archives, Unpublished Letters by Joseph Severn,
   MSS, n° 1-192.
New York Library, Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and his Circle:
   Manuscripts, 1772-1925 (bulk 1780-1850), Pforz MS., 9000 items.

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Textes de John Keats

Éditions anglophones
« Letters of John Keats to his Family and Friends. London: 1891 », Sydney
    Colvin (éd.), Edinburgh Review, vol 183, n° 376, 1896, p. 306-335.
Letters of John Keats to Fanny Brawne: 1819-1820, New York, G. Broughton
    & B. Dunham, 1901.
The Letters of John Keats, 1814-1821, Hyder E. Rollins (éd.), 2 vol.,
    Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1958.
John Keats’s Anatomical and Physiological Notebook, printed from the
    holograph in the Keats Museum, Hampstead, Maurice B. Forman
    (éd.), Brooklyn, Haskell House, 1970.
The Letters of John Keats: A Selection, Robert Gittings (éd.), Oxford,
    Oxford University Press, 1970.
The Odes of Keats and their Earlier Known Manuscripts in Facsimile, Robert
    Gittings (éd.), Kent, The Kent State University Press, 1970.
Complete Poems, Jack Stillinger (éd.), Cambridge, Harvard University
    Press, 1978.
A Critical Edition of the Major Works, Elizabeth Cook (éd.), Oxford,
    Oxford University Press, 1990.

Traductions françaises
Poèmes choisis, Albert Laffay (trad. et éd.), édition bilingue, Paris,
     Aubier-Flammarion, 1968.
Lettres, Robert Davreu (trad.), Paris, Belin, « Littérature et politique »,
     1993.
Poèmes et poésies, Paul Gallimard (trad.), Paris, Gallimard, 1996.
Sur l’aile du phénix, Claude Dandréa (trad. et éd.), Paris, José Corti, 1996.
Poèmes, Robert Ellrodt (trad. et éd.), Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 2000.

Textes de Percy B. Shelley

Éditions anglophones
Adonais: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats, Author of Endymion,
   Hyperion, etc., H. Buxton Forman (éd.), Pise, With the types of
   Didot, 1821.

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Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations and Fragments, Mary Shelley
    (éd.), Londres, E. Moxon, 1845.
Relics of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Richard Garnett (éd.), Londres, E. Moxon,
    1862.
The Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Frederick L. Jones (éd.), 2 vol.,
    Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1964.
Shelley’s Poetry and Prose: Authoritative Texts, Criticism, Donald H. Reiman
    & Sharon B. Powers (éd.), Londres, W.W. Norton, 1977.
Shelley’s Adonais: A Critical Edition, Anthony D. Knerr (éd.), New York,
    Columbia University Press, 1984.
Fair-Copy Manuscripts of Shelley’s Poems in European and American Libraries,
    Donald H. Reiman & Michael O’Neill (éd.), New York, Garland
    Pub, 1997.

Traductions françaises
Ode au vent d’Ouest. Adonaïs et autres poèmes, Robert Davreu (trad. et
   éd.), édition bilingue, Paris, José Corti, 1998.
Poèmes, Robert Ellrodt (trad.), édition bilingue, Paris, Imprimerie
   nationale, 2006.

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Anonyme, « Endymion: A Poetic Romance. By John Keats. 8 vo. 207 p.
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Anonyme, « Adonais: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats, Author of
   Endymion, Hyperion, etc. By Percy Bysshe Shelley. Pisa, 1821 »,
   The European Magazine and London Review, n° 18, 1825, p. 345-354.
Anonyme, « Review of Adonais: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats… »,
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Anonyme, « Poems by John Keats. 16mo. London: 1817 », Edinburgh
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Arnold Matthew, Essays in Criticism, Londres, Dent & Sons,
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Auden Wystan H., « Keats in his Letters: A Review of The Selected
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   vol. 18, n° 6, 1951, p. 701-706.

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Cornwall Barry, « An Elegy on the Death of John Keats », The
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Hunt Leigh, « Mr. Keats. With a Criticism of his Writings », Lord
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   1828, p. 407-450.

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