Peter Davey

Poet in Love

This intriguing story is written using letters and poems written at the time of the love affair of John Keats and Fanny Brawne, although Keats and Fanny were only in each other's company for about three months of the two years that they were involved with each other. None of her letters to the poet have survived, but his to her have, as have those that Fanny Brawne wrote to Frances (Fanny) Keats, John Keats' young sister, after the poet's death. Through this correspondence the whole of their tragic love affair is revealed. The spelling and punctuation is as used by the letter writers.
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