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John Keats' Medical NotebookText, Context, and Poems$
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Hrileena Ghosh

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781789620610

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781789620610.001.0001

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John Keats’ Medical Notebook An Annotated Edition

John Keats’ Medical Notebook An Annotated Edition

Chapter:
(p.19) John Keats’ Medical Notebook An Annotated Edition
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(p.iii) John Keats’ Medical Notebook
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Hrileena Ghosh

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9781789620610.003.0002

Keats’ medical Notebook is the only autograph manuscript detailing his medical studies during his formative period training at Guy’s Hospital, 1815–17, and this fully annotated edition of it has been newly transcribed and edited from the manuscript. The edition takes care to indicate the distinctive layout of Keats’ medical Notebook, as well as other details of bibliographic interest, offering a faithful reproduction of its contents. Editorial interventions are kept to a minimum, with the bulk of annotation and commentary restricted to the footnotes. The annotations offer contextual information, with the aim of providing sufficient context to make the notes comprehensible for readers without specialized medical knowledge: they are intended as sign-posts to assist understanding, pointing to sources of more detailed information.

Keywords:   Keats’ medical Notebook, manuscript, Guy’s Hospital, edition, annotation, bibliographic interest, context, medical, reproduction

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