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20 Poems (1812-1815)
by John Keats.

Imitation of Spenser (1812-1813)

Fill for me a brimming Bowl (August, 1814)

On Death (1814)

To Byron (December, 1814)

To Chatterton (1815)

Written on the Day that Mr. Leigh Hunt left Prison (February 2nd, 1815)

To Hope (February, 1815)

Ode to Apollo (February, 1815)

Lines written on 29th May—the Anniversary of Charles's Restoration—on hearing the Bells ringing (1815)

On Peace (1815)

Three Sonnets on Woman (1815)

To some Ladies (1815)

On receiving a curious Shell, and a Copy of Verses, from the same Ladies (1815)

To a Young Lady who sent me a Laurel Crown (1815)

To Emma (1815)

Apollo to the Graces (1815)

You say you love (1815)

Hither, hither, Love (1815)

To Solitude (November, 1815)

Epistle to George Felton Mathew (November, 1815)

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