His Life and Poetry - A tribute to the poet and man John Keats.
The author of this website gives his personal views of Keats and
his work, as well as interpretations contributed by others and
a small selection of links to related resources on the net.
Keats - An interesting, personal perspective on Keats, including
a (non-academic) comparison to Shelley and a biographical chronology.
Keats: A Comprehensive Study of His Life & Work - Includes
biographical and bibliographical information, a selection of
poems, critical opinion, images and much else on Keats.
Keats (1795-1821) - An exhibition on Keats from the British
Library. Includes photographs of pages from the author's original
manuscripts, the text of Keat's first published poem, biographical
information, and an audio recording of "When I have fears
that I may cease to be . . . ," and other materials related
and Shelley House, Rome - Where Keats spent the last months
of his life. The house was also a frequent congregating-place
for many other authors and poets of the era, and the website
includes pages on Keats, Shelley and Byron.
in History: September 19 - A brief note on Keats (along
with a similar one on Thoreau)and the writing of "To Autumn"
on September 19, 1819, from the American Memory archives of
the U. S. Library of Congress website.
Keats-Romantic Poet - An illustrated online student report
on Keats, with biographical information and the texts of a few
- Poems and letters, detailed biography, forums, a poll on his
most popular poem, and online-shop.
Keats: A Guide for Readers - Links to good Keats sites and
good books for readers. Includes an email discussion list for
those who read and enjoy the poet's works.
List - An online/e-mail discussion concerning the life and
works of John Keats. Requires free registration.
Academy of American Poets - A short biography with poems
and links to other resources.
History - A comprehensive study of the author's life and
on his Life - Notes dealing with various periods of the
author's life, including his love affair with Fanny Brawne.
Keats - A short biography and texts of three poems "On
the Grasshopper and Cricket", "Ode to a Nightingal"
and "To Mrs Reynolds' Cat" from BBC online.
Keats - Full text of the anonymous' prefatory memoir from
the from "The Poetical Works of John Keats" , Frederick
Warne and Co edition.
Hand of the Poet: John Keats - Poems and papers in manuscript
by Rodney Phillips, Susan Benesch, Kenneth Benson, and Barbara
Bergeron essays by Dana Gioia.From the New York Public Library
Harvard Keats Collection - A short history of this collection
written by W. H. Bond, Librarian of the Houghton Library, Emeritus.
Keats: Images - Portraits and sketches of Keats and his
contemporaries including Fanny Brawne.
Images Ancient Greek Art - Portraits of Keats and Fanny
Brawne and of ancient Greek art depicting some of the aspects
of the author's classic works.
Association of America - Publish the Keats-Shelley journal
and organize and support events. The association also presents
an award each year to the best new essay on the younger romantics,
an annual distinguished scholar award, and the Carl H. Pforzheimer,
jr. , research grants.