Song of Four Faeries

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Song of Four Faeries

Postby calliope » Wed Feb 02, 2005 6:35 am

In the same journal letter in which Keats wrote "La belle dame", he also wrote a poem called "Song of Four Faeries". The poem is frequently omitted from poetry volumes and I've not been able to find any critical material on it (it is, for instance, not included in the poems-page of this website(!)).

Does anyone know of anything written about it? Or do you have any ideas about the poem?
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Postby Saturn » Wed Feb 02, 2005 11:11 am

Any decent edition of Keats poems will have information on this poem - the Penguin Classics edition is the fullest I have seen and is widely available.

Sorry, haven't time to write a proper reply.

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