Realms of Gold (unabridged)

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John Keats

Realms of Gold

Read by Samuel West with Matthew Marsh

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.

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    Running Time: 2 h 37 m

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    ISBN:978-962-634-437-8
    Digital ISBN:978-962-954-662-5
    Cat. no.:NA243712
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