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- Links to online resources from literaryhistory.com . Critical and biographical articles, texts, bibliography and web sites .
John Keats (1795-1821)
- Exhibition from the British Library. Includes photographs of the author's original manuscripts, the text of his first published poem, biographical information, and an audio recording of When I have fears that I may cease to be .
John Keats Teaching Resources
- Resources on John Keats, his poetry and associations. Ideal for teachers as well as students.
John Keats- Brooklyn College
- Offers an introduction to the poet including poetic themes, odes, imagery, paintings and related sites.
John Keats: A Comprehensive Study of His Life & Work
- Includes biographical and bibliographical information, a selection of poems, critical opinion, and images .
John Keats: Images
- Portraits and sketches of the poet and his contemporaries including Fanny Brawne.
- Poems and letters, detailed biography, forums, a poll on his most popular poem, and online-shop.
Keats and Shelley House, Rome
- Photographs and description of this fine house next to the Spanish Steps and information on its famous past lodgers, including Keats, Shelley and Byron.
- Museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, documentation, exhibition and interpretation of the life and works of the poet. Includes programme of events.
- Containing biographical information about John Keats, notes on his poetry and revision helpsheets for students. Also includes practise exam questions and useful links.
- An online and e-mail discussion forum for those interested in the life and works of John Keats. Requires free registration.
Keats on BBC Poetry
- Profile on BBC Poetry page, with links to discover how Keats fitted in to the Romantic era of poetry and revolution.
Keats-Shelley Association of America
- Publishes the Keats-Shelley journal and organizes and supports events. The association also presents an award each year to the best new essay on the younger romantics.
Notes on his Life
- Notes dealing with various periods of the author's life, including his love affair with Fanny Brawne.
Today in History: September 19
- A brief note on Keats and the writing of To Autumn on September 19, 1819, from the American Memory archives of the U. S. Library of Congress .
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