Tweets From Keats-Shelley House



  • A delicate Greek Lyre with half the strings broken signifying his Classical Genius—left unfinished by his early death’ #OnThisDay in 1821 Joseph Severn writes to William Haslam explaining the design he chose for Keats’s gravestone.

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  • John Keats defines the camelion Poet’ (hiding a camel/lion) #onthisday 1818: it has no self–it is every thing and nothing–It has no character–it enjoys light and shade; it lives in gusto, be it foul or fair, high or low, rich or poor, mean or elevated’. https://t.co/X13CJV4FQy

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