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ILLUSTRATIONS TO VOLUME II.
| Portrait of Keats: engraved by C. Wass from a chalk
drawing by William Hilton R.A.

Frontispiece
Fac-simile of Keats's last Sonnet by G. F. Tupper

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[Keats's third and last book, issued in the summer of 1820, is a duodecimo, put up in stout drab boards similar to those of Endymion, with a back label Lamia, Isabella, &c. 7s. 6d. It consists of fly-title as on recto of this leaf, with imprint on verso,“ LONDON : PRINTED BY THOMAS DAVISON, WHITEFRIARS,” title-page, Advertisement, and Contents, as given opposite, and pages i to 199 including the fly-titles to Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, the miscellaneous Poems, and Hyperion, all as reproduced in the following pages. There are head-lines in Roman capitals running throughout each section, recto and verso alike, (1) Lamia, (2) Isabella, (3) Eve of St. Agnes, (4) Poems, and (5) Hyperion. The pages are numbered in the usual way with Arabic figures ; and in Lamia and Hyperion the Parts and Books are marked at the inner side of the head-line in smaller Roman capitals. On

he verso of page 199, the imprint of Davison is repeated ; and there are eight pages of Taylor and Hessey's advertisements, beginning with one of Endymion. Leigh Hunt's review of this volume filled The Indicator for the 2nd and gth of August, 1820, and is reprinted as an Appendix in this edition of Keats's Works. A large part of the contents of the volume still exists in manuscript. Each manuscript that I have seen will be found referred to in its place.-H. B. F.]

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LAMIA,

ISABELLA,

THE EVE OF ST. AGNES,

AND

OTHER POEMS.

BY JOHN KEATS,

AUTHOR OF RYDYMION.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR TAYLOR AND HESSEY,

FLEET-STREET.

1820.

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