Talk:In drear-nighted December
|Information about this edition|
|Edition:||From Heinemann Poetry Bookshelf Keats Selected Poems & Letters 1996 ISBN 0435150774|
There may be some slight problems
Firstly I’m not sure if I used the information box correctly. Although I did take the poem from the Heinemann book, it certainly wasn’t the “Original edition”.
Secondly, although that copy does open with the line “IN a drear-nighted December,” a google search for “In drear-nighted December,” produces many more results (791 v 2240) should it remain verbatim to the source, or be changed to the most commonly used version? I assumed that it should remain identical to the source.
Finally, although I didn’t realize this at first as my own hasty annotations obscured some of the page, this poem is named (in the Heinemann book at least) “Stanzas”. There is a link to a poem called Stanzas on Keats’ page, however it leads to a disambiguous page of poems by other writers. Should this page perhaps be moved? —unsigned comment by Tyrfing (talk) 15:16, 10 October 2007.
- Oh no, I forgot to sign it. --Tyrfing 16:40, 10 October 2007 (UTC)