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KEATS, J.: Realms of Gold (Unabridged)

    
      

 

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KEATS, J.: Realms of Gold (Unabridged)

The letters of Keats between 1816 and 1821 are passionate, revealing and sensitive. Furthermore, it was within the context of these letters that many of the poems first appeared. Perry Keenlyside has selected some of the most revealing of the letters to show the state of mind and attitudes of the poet while he was writing that made him one of the most loved poets in the English language.



Disc 1

  Realms Of Gold
1.   Play with flash player Much Have I Travell'd In The Realms Of Gold 00:06:22
2.   Play with flash player Much Have I Travell'd In The Realms Of Gold: To Benjamin Haydon, 20th November 1816 00:00:14
3.   Play with flash player Great Spirits Now On Earth Are Sojourning 00:01:06
4.   Play with flash player Great Spirits Now On Earth Are Sojourning: To John Reynolds, 17th And 18th April 1817 Carisbrooke, 00:03:28
5.   Play with flash player On The Sea 00:01:07
6.   Play with flash player On The Sea: To Benjamin Bailey, 22 November 1817 00:01:40
7.   Play with flash player Wherin Lies Happiness 00:04:34
8.   Play with flash player Wherin Lies Happiness: To George And Tom Keats. Hampstead, Sunday 21st December, 1817 00:02:06
9.   Play with flash player Wherin Lies Happiness: To George And Tom Keats, 23, 24 January 1818 00:00:45
10.   Play with flash player On Sitting Down To Read King Lear Once Again 00:01:19
11.   Play with flash player On Sitting Down To Read King Lear Once Again: To J. H. Reynolds Teignmouth, May 3rd 1818 00:03:41
12.   Play with flash player On Sitting Down To Read King Lear Once Again: To Benjamin Bailey, 10th June 1818 00:01:25
13.   Play with flash player On Sitting Down To Read King Lear Once Again: To Tom Keats, 25th June, 1818. Endmoor, Cumbria 00:03:01
14.   Play with flash player Bright Star! Would I Were Steadfast As Thou Art - 00:04:05
15.   Play with flash player Bright Star! Would I Were Steadfast As Thou Art - To Tom Keats, 29th June 1818. Keswick 00:00:29
16.   Play with flash player Bright Star! Would I Were Steadfast As Thou Art - To Fanny Keats, 2nd July, 1818. Dumfries 00:00:51
17.   Play with flash player Old Meg She Was A Gipsy, 00:01:15
18.   Play with flash player Old Meg She Was A Gipsy: To Benjamin Bailey. Inverary, 18th July 00:02:21
19.   Play with flash player Old Meg She Was A Gipsy: To Richard Woodhouse, 27 October 1818 00:02:55
20.   Play with flash player Deep In The Shady Sadness Of A Vale 00:04:26
21.   Play with flash player Deep In The Shady Sadness Of A Vale: To George And Geogiana Keats, 14th October 1818 00:06:10
22.   Play with flash player Deep In The Shady Sadness Of A Vale: To George And Georgiana Keats, 16th December 1818, 2 - 4 January 00:04:20
23.   Play with flash player A Casement High And Triple - Arched There Was 00:01:28
24.   Play with flash player A Casement High And Triple - Arched There Was: To Fanny Keats, 1st May 1819 Wentworth Place, Saturday 00:00:50
25.   Play with flash player Ode To A Nightingale 00:05:10
26.   Play with flash player Ode To A Nightingale: To George And Geogiana Keats, Friday 19th March 1819 00:02:33
27.   Play with flash player Ode On Melancholy 00:04:45
28.   Play with flash player Why Did I Laugh Tonight No Voice Will Tell: 00:02:13
29.   Play with flash player La Belle Dame Sans Merci 00:03:01


Disc 2

  Realms Of Gold
1.   Play with flash player La Belle Dame Sans Merci: To George And Georgiana Keats, Friday 19th March 1819 00:06:44
2.   Play with flash player La Belle Dame Sans Merci: I Have Been Reading Lately Two Very Different Books 00:04:08
3.   Play with flash player Ode On A Grecian Urn 00:01:36
4.   Play with flash player To Sleep 00:04:42
5.   Play with flash player Ode To Psyche 00:03:52
6.   Play with flash player Ode To Psyche: To Fanny Browne, 1st July, 1819 Shanklin, Isle Of Wight 00:01:36
7.   Play with flash player Ode To Psyche: To Fanny Browne, 25 July, 1819. Sunday Night 00:03:04
8.   Play with flash player Ode To Psyche: To John Taylor, 5th September, 1819 00:00:46
9.   Play with flash player A Haunting Music, Sole Perhaps And Lone 00:01:46
10.   Play with flash player A Haunting Music, Sole Perhaps And Lone: To J. H. Reynolds, 21st September, 1819. Winchester 00:01:35
11.   Play with flash player To Autumn 00:02:04
12.   Play with flash player To Autumn: To Fanny Browne, 13th October, 1819, College Street - To Fanny Keats, 20th December 1819, 00:03:27
13.   Play with flash player To Autumn: To Fanny Browne, 4th February 1820 00:01:03
14.   Play with flash player To Autumn: To Fanny Browne, February 1820 00:01:25
15.   Play with flash player To Autumn: To Fanny Browne, February 1820 00:02:15
16.   Play with flash player To Autumn: To Fanny Browne, March 1820 00:02:23
17.   Play with flash player To Autumn: To Fanny Browne, May 1820, Wednesday Morning 00:03:56
18.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable 00:00:33
19.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Fanny Keats, 23 June 1820. Friday Morning 00:01:04
20.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Fanny Keats, 5 July 1820. Wednesday 00:01:16
21.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Fanny Keats, 22 July 1820 00:01:41
22.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Fanny Keats, August 1820 00:03:40
23.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Fanny Keats, 13 August 1820, Wentworth 00:01:33
24.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Percy Bysshe, August 1820 00:03:33
25.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Fanny Keats, Dictated, 11th September 1820 00:01:29
26.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Charles Brown, 30th September 1820. The 'Maria Crowther', 00:05:10
27.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Mrs. Samuel Browne, 24th October 1820 Naples Harbour 00:03:42
28.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Charles Brown, 1st November 1820 00:04:16
29.   Play with flash player This Living Hand, Now Warm And Capable: To Charles Brown, 30th November 1820 00:03:00
30.   Play with flash player When I Have Fears That I May Cease To Be 00:02:18

Total Playing Time: 02:37:17






Author(s):
Keats, John

Reader(s):
Marsh, Matthew; West, Samuel

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Poetry

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: NA243712

Barcode: 9789626344378

Release Date: 12/2006

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