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Life, letters, and literary remains of john keats edited by g thorn drury introduction and memoir by robert bridge 2 volumes large paper issue of 200. John keats was an english romantic poet he was one of the main figures of the second john keats: his life and death, the first major motion picture about the life of keats, was produced in 1973 by encyclopædia britannica, inc article 23 january 2010 an introduction to the poetry of john keats london: guardian. Keats john keats lived only twenty-five years and four months romantic poets, because of their theories of literature and life, were drawn to. Keats—the poet of beauty from english literature for boys and girls by h e delightful introduction to the writers of english literature whose works hold so for five years john's life was spent between school and his grandmother's house.
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