John Keats

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  • ^ a b c Gittings (1968), 3
  • ^ Gittings (1968), 5
  • ^ Motion (1997), 499
  • ^ The Academy of American Poets "Bright Star": Campion's Film About the Life and Love of Keats.
  • ^ "Talking Pictures: 'Bright Star' -- 2 1/2 stars". 
  • ^ a b c d e f g Gittings (1987), 12–17
  • ^ Strachan (2003), 12
  • ^ T. S. Eliot The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism (1937) p100
  • ^ T. S. Eliot The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism (1937) p101
  • ^ Gittings (1968), 66
  • ^ Letter to George Keats, Sunday 14 February 1819
  • ^ Scott, Grant (ed.), Selected Letters of John Keats, Harvard University Press (2002)
  • ^ Wu, Duncan (2005) Romanticism: an anthology: Edition: 3, illustrated. Blackwell, 2005 p.1351. citing Letter to George Keats. Sunday, 21 December 1817
  • ^ Keats letter to Benjamin Bailey, 22 November 1817
  • ^ Houghton (2008), 184
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