One of the most notable romantic poets of the early nineteenth century, John Keats had a poetic career lasting less than a decade. And in this short time, he produced some of the greatest verses of all time. This collectable edition brings together his early poems along with his finest sonnets and remarkably flawless odes composed in the years before his death. It includes Imitation of Spenser, To Lord Byron, Calidore: A Fragment, Oh! how I love, on a fair summers eve, I stood tip-toe upon a little hill, Sleep and Poetry, Endymion, Isabella, Lamia, his beautiful lyric odes composed in 1819, and both the versions of Hyperion. Each poem is a specimen of his vibrant imagination, sensational lyric, and thoughtful recognition and appreciation of beauty in everything.