This category is for listings of websites dealing with or related to the British Romantic poet John Keats and his work.
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"I shall ever be your dearest love" - John Keats and Fanny Brawne
Harvard Keats Collection, including a number of Keats’s love letters to Brawne, in addition to images of places and objects associated with the couple.
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: 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.
Great page to find out what's on at Keats House; there's always plenty happening including walks and poetry recitals.
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.
National Portrait Gallery - Person - John Keats
Collection of known portraits of John Keats, as well as a cast of his face - one of a number made for Keats's close friends.
Notes on his Life
Notes dealing with various periods of the author's life, including his love affair with Fanny Brawne.
The Strange Case of Mr. Keats's Tuberculosis
A look at the anomalous features in the presentation and the course of John Keats's tuberculosis
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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