News: 1 June 2020

Odes for John Keats - Now Available as an E-Book

To mark the upcoming bicentenary of the publication of John Keats’s moast famous Odes in July 1820, Keats-Shelley House has published an e-book version of our Odes for John Keats.

This volume features odes in English and Italian written by celebrated contemporary poets, including Simon Armitage, Annelisa Alleva, Gillian Clarke, Imtiaz Dharker, Paolo Febbraro, and Liz Lochhead, among others. The book, which contains a lively introduction by Professor Duncan Wu, is printed and sold by the Keats-Shelley House as part of our Keats-Shelley200 campaign to celebrate the achievements of Keats and Shelley 200 years from their deaths.

The e-book of Odes for John Keats is also available via Amazon UK, US and Italy.

You can also buy it on old-fangled paper at the Keats-Shelley House online shop.

Read Deryn Rees-Jones’ contribution ‘Nightingale’ via The Guardian.

Read Anthony Gardner’s article about the making of Odes for John Keats on the Keats-Shelley Blog.

James Kidd

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