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Keats

John. 1795--1821, English poet. His finest poetry is contained in Lamia and other Poems (1820), which includes The Eve of St Agnes, Hyperion, and the odes On a Grecian Urn, To a Nightingale, To Autumn, and To Psyche
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An exceedingly well-done homage, A Poem for Peter is a visual and verbal treat for longtime Keats fans, as well as an exciting introduction for a legion of today's young readers.
Founded in 2013 by Greg Keats and his wife, Cynthia Press Keats, District Design and Development has been renovating homes for clients in the DC market ever since, with an artistic approach to design, a detailed eye toward construction, plus a little something else - the buyer's choice of one of Keats' "Street-Art" photographs.
Part literary criticism and part memoir, this empathetic analysis of renowned poet John Keats probes the hidden nature of spirituality.
Sotheby's presence in Manhattan will expand to the Upper West Side with the addition of the former Fenwick Keats office at 2244 Broadway.
Founded by Rob Anzalone and Jeff Wolk, Fenwick Keats Real Estate has provided professional real estate services throughout Manhattan since 1989.
Motion's suggestion that Keats attempted "deception" to hide his illness from himself and his friends reveals another possibility, however.
Auden's poem "The More Loving One" depicts a conflict that Keats resolved each time he picked up his pen to write.
The proposed reconstruction and widening of University Avenue between Keats Way and Erb Street.
Keats, a San Francisco writer and self-described experimental philosopher and conceptual artist, has designed a ''millennium camera'' that he intends to mount in a churchless steeple on a college campus and chronicle climate change by taking a 1,000-year exposure of a western Massachusetts mountain range.
To understand how and why Walter Jackson Bate developed a lifetime passion for Keats, and what kind of personality produced what is probably the best Keats biography ever written, we shall proceed by concisely introducing Bate to the reader, focusing on the essential aspects of his life and critical work, and then proceeding to a synthetic presentation of the biography John Keats (1963), regarded in a larger critical and historical context.
The festival also presents the Ezra Jack Keats Book Award, established in 1986 as a partnership between the de Grummond Children's Literature Collection and the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation, to honor Keats, the late award-winning children's book author and illustrator whose work "broke the color barrier" in children's publishing.
Her portrait of Keats and Brawne's tragic affair is a fugue of light and darkness--of hope and despair--in which feeling, poetry, music and shifting seasons rule supreme.