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Keepsake (The)

For an essay on The Keepsake, see "Introduction to The Keepsake" on Romantic Circles at https://www.rc.umd.edu/editions/lel/ksintro.htm. Also see Kathryn Ledbetter, "'White Vellum and Gilt Edges': Imaging the Keepsake," Studies in the Literary Imagination 30.1 (Spring 1997): 35-47 and Kathryn Ledbetter, "Lucrative Requests: British Authors and Gift Book Editors," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 88.2 (June 1994): 206-16.
 
The following set of attributions covers the full run of the Keepsake.


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    KS, To ------ (What is the aim with which the poet glows), Nov 1827, William Harrison Ainsworth, prob., See the introduction by Paula Feldman to the Broadview Edition of the Keepsake for 1829, pp 16-17. [verse] (08/16)

    KS, Preface, Nov 1827, William Harrison Ainsworth, Written in the voice of the editor. (08/16)

    KS, Pocket-Books and Keepsakes, 1 - 18, Nov 1827, James Henry Leigh Hunt, See the introduction by Paula Feldman to the Broadview Edition of the Keepsake for 1829, pp 16-17. (08/16)

    KS, To My Bird (Adelaide), 19 - 20, Nov 1827, Bryan Waller Procter (Barry Cornwall), prob., Worldcat attributes an autograph of this poem to Barry Cornwall, the pseudonym of Procter. Procter's daughter was named Adelaide. [verse] (06/17)

    KS, The Gored Huntsman, 21 - 32, Nov 1827, Unknown (08/16)

    KS, Hebrew Melody, 33 - 35, Nov 1827, Unknown [verse] (08/16)

    KS, Cavendish, a Fragment of English Life, 36 - 52, Nov 1827, Unknown (08/16)

    KS, Hylas, 53 - 54, Nov 1827, Unknown [verse] (08/16)

    KS, The Spirit's Mysteries, 54 - 56, Nov 1827, Felicia Hemans, Reprinted in Heman's Records of Woman With other Poems. [verse] (08/16)

    KS, The Portrait on My Uncle's Snuff-Box, 56 - 76, Nov 1827, Bryan Waller Procter (Barry Cornwall), Reprinted in Essays and Tales in Prose by Barry Cornwall (Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1853). (08/16)

    KS, Music's Mishap, 76 - 79, Nov 1827, Unknown [verse] (08/16)

    KS, To Selina, 80 - 81, Nov 1828, Unknown [verse] (08/16)

    KS, From the Spanish, 81 - 81, Nov 1827, Unknown [verse] (08/16)

    KS, Place des Rose, or, the Lady's Dream, 82 - 104, Nov 1827, John Gibson Lockhart, possib., The poem identified as Spanish Serenade which begins this story was reprinted in Lockhart's Spanish Ballads. (08/16)

    KS, The Drachenfels, 105 - 106, Nov 1827, Lord Francis (Leveson-Gower) Egerton (Earl of Ellesmere), Reprinted in Francis Leveson Gower, Wallenstein's Camp, from the German; and Original Poems (London: John Murray, 1830). [verse] (08/16)

    KS, The Peasant Girl, 107 - 109, Nov 1827, Unknown [verse] (08/16)

    KS, Love in a Mist, 109 - 117, Nov 1827, Unknown (08/16)

    KS, Sadak the Wanderer, 117 - 119, Nov 1827, Percy Bysshe Shelley, possib., Sometimes attributed to Shelley. See the introduction by Paula Feldman to the Broadview Edition of the Keepsake for 1829, pp 16-17. [verse] (08/16)

    KS, The End of the Year, 120 - 120, Nov 1827, Unknown [verse] (08/16)

    KS, Love's Memories, 121 - 135, Nov 1827, Unknown (08/16)

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