Image: John Buckland Wright
Text: John Keats
On 17th September 1820, accompanied by his friend Joseph Severn,...
Keats’s poet-autobiography, The Fall of Hyperion, breaks off at the words “on...
In the winter of 1818, John Keats presented a ring to Fanny Brawne, his love and muse...
In 1819 John Keats composed most of the poems for which he is best remembered and most...
Our heavy-duty canvas bag features Keats's hand-drawn urn printed crisply onto a...
Pack of 6 coasters with 2 quotations each from Keats, Shelley and Byron
Quote reads: "Bright star, would I were steadfast as thou art"
All pens contain...
Add the finishing touch to your letter or card with this set of six self-adhesive wax...
Our exclusive Keats-Shelley200 bag marks the bicentenaries of the deaths of Keats and...
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