Compiled by Jonathan Gross, DePaul University
"A poet's season." Editorial. The New York Times 24 Sept. 1994, late ed.: 18. Reflections on John Keats's poem Ode to Autumn.
Abraham, Shane. "John Keats and the Fever of Creation." Thesis. Coe College, 1994. WordCat. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Austin, Allen C. "Toward Resolving Keat's Grecian Urn Ode." Context for Criticism. ed. Donald Keesey. Mountain View: Mayfield, 1994. 48-58.
Bennett, Andrew. Keats, Narrative and Audience: The Posthumous Life of Writing. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge UP 1994.
Focuses on recent discussions concerning narrative, readers and reading, the nature of the audience for poetry, and the Romantic "invention" of posterity.
Bennett, Rachel. "Romantic Irony and Problems of Closure in English Romantic Lyric (John Keats, Percy Shelley, William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor and Coleridge." Thesis. U of Regina, Can., 1994. MAI 33-05 (1994): 1398. Dissertations Abstract Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Bernal, Jose Luis. "Pintura y poesia en el prerafaelismo." Goya. 241-42 (July/Oct.1994): 82-90.
Examines the influence of Keats, Mallory, and especially stories from the Arthurian Cycle on pre-Raphaelite paintings. Online. MLA. 20 Sept. 1997.
Bewell, Alan. "Keats's Realm of Flora." New Romanticisms: Theory and Critical Practice. ed. David L Clark and Donald C. Goellnicht. Toronto: U of Toronto P 71-100.
Bishop, M.G.H. "The Genius of Disease: Culture Dependent Illness - Keats, Mozart and Margaret Atwood." JRSM 87.2 (1994): 67-9. Medline. Online. OCLC. 20 Sept. 1997.
Brann, Eva T. H. "Pictures in Poetry: Keats's Ode on a Grecian Urn." Context for Criticism ed. Donald Keesey. Mountain View: Mayfield, 1994. 236-40.
Brooks, Cleanth. "Keats's Sylvan Historian: History Without Footnotes." Context for Criticism ed. Donald Keesey. Mountain View: Mayfield, 1994. 105-11.
Caplan, Caralee. "Cultivated Nature: Keats's To Autumn and the Georgic Tradition." Thesis. Harvard U, 1994. WorldCat. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept.1997.
Clark, Tom. Junkets on a Sad Planet: Scenes from the Life of John Keats. Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1994.
Cook, Elizabeth, ed. John Keats. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1994. Selected Poems.
Crinquand, Sylvie. "La Corresponence privee, simulacre d'autobiographie?" Caliban 34 (1994): 147-54.
Crisman, William. "Industrialism and the Fate of Personal Distance in Keats's Isabella and Lamia." ERR 4.2 (1994): 113-32.
Dalles, Mary Patricia. "Crystallization and Self: Revisioning Passionate Love in Stendhal's De l'amour, John Keats's Fanny Brawne Poems, William Hazlitt's Liber Amoris, Ann Batten Cristall's Poetical Sketches, and Mary Shelley's Mathilda." Diss. U of Colorado, 1993. Ann Arbor: DAI 55.4 1994.
Dodson, Charles B. "Genji, Keats, and 'Mono No Aware'" Annual Meeting of the College English Association. Overland Park, KS. April 1994.
10 page paper on teaching multicultural literature: Explains concepts in Japanese novels with the help of western texts (Keats's Ode on Melancholy).
Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "Keats's The Eve of St Agnes." Exp 52.2 (1994): 77-79.
Compares The Eve of St. Agnes with Epithalamion and Spenser's The Faerie Queene.
Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "On Looking into Chapman's Musaeus: A note on Possible Influence." KSJ 43 (1994): 27-34.
Gaillard, Theodore L., Jr. "Keat's Ode on Melancholy." Exp 53 (1994): 18-23.
Goellnicht, Donald C. "The Politics of Reading and Writing: Periodical Reviews of Keats's Poems." New Romanticisms: Theory and Critical Practice. ed. David L. Clark and Donald C. Goellnicht. Toranto: U of Toronto P, 1994. 101-31.
Goolsby, Joanna L. "Coleridge, Keats, and Collins: Lured by the Poppy." Thesis. Southwest TX State U, 1994. WorldCat. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Gully, Jennifer Elizabeth. "Spaces of Orgin: Figures of the Archetypal Feminine in Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats, Crane, and Bishop." Thesis. U of UT, 1994, WorldCat. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Harding Rains, A.J. and M.A. Rains. "Keats' A Tragedy in Three Acts 1815-1821 with Coda." JRSM 87.12 (1994): 742-8.
A history of Keats's death from tuberculosis. Medline. Online. OCLC. 5 Sept. 1997.
Hartel, Gail L. "Lair of the Dragon: Keats as Failed Mythic Hero." Diss. IN State U, 1994.
Hashimoto, Hisae. "Two Conflicting Motifs in Endymion: From 'Ideal' to 'Doubt'." LC (1994): 73-89.
Hayman, Bruce. "Rhythm and Syntax in On First Looking into Chapman's Homer." KSJ 43 (1994): 24-27
Hecht, Jamey. "Scarcity and Poetic Election in Two Sonnets of Keats." ELH 61 (1994): 103-20. Examines Keats's "matter of becoming" a poet, as expressed in On First Looking into Chapman's Homer and When I Have Fears.
Hecht, Jamey. Dissenting Modernisms: The Consruction of the Transcendental Term in Hart Crane and Dylan Thomas with Introductory Chapters on John Keats and Walt Whitman. Diss. Brandeis U, 1994. Ann Arbor: UMI, 1995. WorldCat. Online. OCLC. 20 Sept. 1997.
Heiserman Perkins, Lisa. "Keats's Mere Speculations." KSJ 43 (1994): 56-74.
Hewitt, Regina. "Expanding the Literary Horizon: Romantic Poets and Postmodern Sociologists." Sociological Quarterly 35.2 (1994): 195-213.
"Keats's use of unrealistic elements and an identifiable point of view to deploy them in his texts suggest ways in which sociologists might adapt literary conceptualization to foreground their understanding of the behavior they study."
Hoeveler, Diane Long. "Decapitating Romance: Class, Fetish, and Ideology in Keats's Isabella." NCL 49.3 (1994): 321-38.
"John Keats: Poet (1795-1821)." Famous Authors. Prod., dir., writ. Malcolm Hossick. ed. Mark Shademan. Landmark Media. Falls Church, Va.: 1994.
Jones, Elizabeth Susan. "Bodily Accommodations Topography in the Poetry of John Keats." Diss. U of Toronto, 1994. DAI 55-12A (1994): 3852A.
Using the ecological theories of Jay Appleton, a dialectic between prospect (a detached, picturesque view of the eighteenth century "public" poet) and a refuge (a domesticated, sensual engagement with nature of the "private" poet). WorldCat. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Jones, Jennie. "The Eve of St. Agnes as a Turning Point in the Poetry of John Keats." Thesis. U of MS, 1994. WorldCat. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Kahf, Moja. "The Muslim Woman in Western Literature from Romance to Romanticism." Diss. Rutgers State U of New Jersey, Ann Arbor: DAI, 1994. AA19511487.
Keats, John. Selected Poems. Read by Fredrick Davidson. 2 sound Cassettes. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audio Books, 1994.
Keesey, Donald. Introduction. Context for Criticism. ed. Donald Keesey. MountainView: Mayfield, 1994. 1-16.
Compares Keats's Ode on a Grecian Urn to Kate Chopin's The Awakening.
Kelly, James T. "Dimensions of Negative Capability in the Poetries of John Keats and William Carlos Williams." Thesis. Fordham U, 1994. WorldCat. Online.OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Lau, Beth. "Keats's Marginalia in Paradise Lost." Milton, the Metaphysicals, and Romanticism. ed. Lisa Low and Anthony John Harding. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge UP, 1994. 151-71.
Lau, Beth. "Keats's Markings in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde." KSJ 43 (1994): 39-55.
Lopez, Debbie Lynn. "Adam's Nightmare: John Keats's Legacy to Herman Melvile and Nathaniel Hawthorne." Diss. Harvard U, 1994. DAI 5503A (1994): 567A.
An interpretation of Keat's Lamia as Lilith, or the serpent entering the Garden of Eden. American writers, such as Hawthorn and Melville, use the "spectres" of Lilith and Lamia. Dissertations Abstract Online.
Low, Lisa. "Marvell through Keats and Stevens: The Early Meditation Poem." Milton the Metaphysicals and Romanticism. ed. Lisa Low and Anthony John Harding. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge Up, 1994. 241-57.
Marvasti, Mahti Alim. "A comparison and Contrast Between Neoclassicism and Romanticism: Dryden and Pope vs. Wordsworth and Keats.: Thesis. CA State U, MAI 33-06 (1994). Dissertations Abstract Online. Online. OCLC. 20 Sept. 1997.
Metzger, Lore. "Silence and Slow Time: Pastoral Topi in Keats's Odes." Context for Criticism. ed. Donald Keesey. Mountain View: Mayfield, 1994. 314-17.
Minham, J. "Word Like a Bell: John Keats, Music and the Romantic Poet." RES 45 (1994): 456-57.
Literary criticism, comparison of music and poems.
Mitchell, Thomas R. "Keats's 'Outlawry' in Robin Hood." SEL 34.4 (1994): 753-69.
Moore, Geoffrey. John Keats. New York: Clarkson Potter, 1994.
Morris, Mavis Kendra. "Beauty, Truth, and the Imagination: Images of Art in Keats's Poetry." Thesis. Williams College, 1994. WorldCat. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Morrison, Lucy. "Through the Ages: Theme Maintenance, Unacknowledged Debt, and Recourse to the Past - Thomas Chatterton, John Keats, and Hilda Doolittle." Thesis. IL State U, 1994. WorldCat. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Nelson, Bonnie. "The Visions of Jane West and John Keats: Another Source for Ode to a Nightingale." KSJ 43 (1994): 34-38.
Nichols, Ashton. "Liberationist Sexuality and Nonviolent Resistence: The Legacy of Blake and Shelly in Morris's News from Nowhere." JWMS 10.4 (1994): 20-27.
Perkins, Lisa Heiserman. "Keats's Mere Speculations." KSJ 43 (1994): 56-74.
Polloczek, Dieter. "To Empathize and Complete - Geoffrey Hartman's Readings of Keats." Deutsche Vierteljahrsscrift fur Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte 68 (1994): 248-62. MLA. Online. OCLC. 20 Sept. 1997.
Pyle, Forest. "Keats's Materialism." SIR 33.1 (1994): 57-80.
Roe, John. "A Shakespearean Echo Transformed in Keat's 'On First Looking into Chapman's Homer.'" KSR 8 (1993-1994): 21-26.
Rollins, Mark J. "The Keatsian Sublime in Context." Thesis. Auburn U, 1994. WorldCat. Online. OCLC. Sept. 1997.
Schroth, Randall Evans. A Pantheon of Dragons: Images of Vermicular Monstrance in English Literature from "Beowulf" through "The Cantos." Diss. U of Colorado, 1994. Ann Arbor: DAI, 1994.
Scott, Grant F. "The Muse in Chains: Keats, Durer, and the Politics of Form." SEL (1994): 271-93.
Scott, Grant F. The Sculpted Word: Keats, Ekphrasis, and the Visual Arts. Hanover: UP of New England, 1994.
"Explores the psychological, generic, historic and cultural dimension of Keats's use of ekphrasis in a number of specific poems."
Sider, Michael J. The Dialogical Keats: Studies in a Bakhtinian Approach to Keats's Narrative Poem. Diss. U of Western Ontario, 1993. DAI 54.8 (1994): 3046A.
Sorensen, Peter J. "On Keats's 'Unheard Melodies.'" KSR 8 (1993-1994): 27-31.
Sperry, Stuart M. Keats the Poet. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1994.
Steinman, Daniel. "The Decided Mind of John Keats." Diss. Harvard U, 1994. WorldCat. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Students at the Lake Highland Preparatory School Orlando. "An Ode to Marketers: It's Keats's Birthday." Advertising Age 65 (1994): 32.
A marketing campaign launched by students on the bicentennial of Keats's birth.
Szabados, Bela. "Reading Rousseau Through The Eyes Of Embarrassment." British Journal of Aesthetics 34 (1994): 266-77.
Author discusses embarrassment in Rousseau's Confessions and compares it with Christopher Rick's Keats and Embarrassment.
Taylor, Anya. "Coleridge, Keats, Lamb, and Seventeenth-Century Drinking Songs." Milton, the Metaphysicals, and Romanticism. ed. Lisa Low and Anthony John Harding. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge UP, 1994. 221-40.
Tenreiro, Mary-Zoe Conroy. "Keats's Struggle with Immortality." Thesis. CA State U, 1994. MAI 33-06 (1994). Dissertations Abstract Online. Online. OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Voisine, Jacques. "Quatre poetes epistoliers: Gray, Burns, Keats, Byron."EA 47.3 (1994): 267-83.
Watkins, Daniel P. "Coming to the Sacrifice." Context for Criticism. ed. Donald Keesey. Mountain View: Mayfield, 1994. 462-76.
Weisman, Karen A. "Starving Before the Actual: Amy Clampitt's 'Voyages: A Homage to John Keats." Crit 36.1 (1994): 119-137.
Clampitt's "Post-Romantic" poetry expresses her quest for articulation through everyday concrete experiences, similar to Keats's own quest in "becoming a poet."
Wellens, Oskar. "John Payne Collier: The First Perceptive Critic of John Keats." KSR 8 (1993-1994): 32-47.
Wilson, Douglas. "Reading the Urn: Death in Keats's Arcadia." Context for Criticism. ed. Donald Keesey. Mountain View: Mayfield, 1994. 166-78.
Wilson, Jennifer Ann. "Ethereal Fingerpointings - Tracing Keats's Poetic of Androgyny." Thesis. San Fransisco State U, 1994. WorldCat. Online. OCLC.22 Sept. 1997.
Zhu, Hui. "On Artistic Features of the Verses by Li He and John Keats." Waiguoyu (1994): 62-65. Online. 22 Sept. 1997.
Zolbrod, Paul G. "New Life in Old Titles: Recasting the Canon in Native American Context." North Dakota Quarterly 62.1 (1994-1995): 40-53.
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