“Remembering Keats” is a brand-new collection of poetry and essays by various authors dedicated to English Romantic poet John Keats (1795–1821). Together with Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley, he was a key figure during the second generation of Romantic poets most famous for such poems as “Sleep and Poetry”, “Ode to a Nightingale”, and “On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer”. Keats died at the age of 25 from tuberculosis, only four years after the first publication of his works. Despite not being praised by critics during his short life, Keats has since become one of the most celebrated English poets to have ever lived. Contents include: “Keats, by James Russell Lowell”, “On the Promise of Keats, by George Edward Woodberry”, “A Reading in the Letters of John Keats, by Leon H. Nincent”, “Keats, by Barnette Miller”, “Keats, by Edmund Clarence Stedman”, “Adonais, by Percy Bysshe Shelley”, “Keats, by Frances A. Fuller”, “The Poet Keats”, “Keats, by Richard Watson Gilder”, “For the Anniversary of John Keats’s Death, by Sara Teasdale”, and “Keats – A Sonnet, by Florence Earle Coates”. A fantastic collection of assorted writings that will appeal to poetry lovers and those with a particular interest in the life and work of this incredible literary figure. Ragged Hand is publishing this brand new collection of classic writings now complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.