Some letters & miscellanea of Charles Brownthe friend of John Keats & Thomas Richards
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|Statement||edited by Maurice Buxton Forman.|
|Contributions||Forman, Maurice Buxton. ed.|
|LC Classifications||PR4174.B58 A84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 146 p. :|
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Some letters & miscellanea of Charles Brown: the friend of John Keats & Thomas Richards. [Charles Armitage Brown; Maurice Buxton Forman]. Genre/Form: Records and correspondence: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brown, Charles Armitage, Some letters & miscellanea of Charles Brown.
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Charles Armitage Brown has written: 'Some letters & miscellanea of Charles Brown' 'The letters of Charles Armitage Brown' 'Life of John Keats' -- subject(s): Biography, English Poets 'Shakespeare. Some Letters & Miscellanea of Charles Brown, the Friend of John Keats & Thomas Richards Jan 1, Charles Armitage Brown (14 April – 5 June ) was a close friend of the poet John Keats, as well as being a friend of artist Joseph Severn, Leigh Hunt, Thomas Jefferson Hogg, Walter Savage Landor and Edward John was the father of Charles (Carlino) Brown, a pioneer and politician of New Plymouth, New : 17 AprilLambeth.
Some Letters and Miscellanea of Charles Brown, The friend of John Keats and Thomas Richards. Edited by MAURICE BUXTON FORMAN. London: Oxford University Press. xiv+ 7s. net. THESE volumes are of varying degrees of value and interest, even to the student of Keats.
Charles Armitage Brown's Life is a work of first rate importance. Letters of Fanny Brawne to Fanny Keats (). Edited by Fred Edgeumbe. (Oxford University Press. 10s. 6c1.) Some Letters and Miscellanea of Charles Brown: Edited by Maurice Buxton Forman.
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