Was John Keats adopted?

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Was John Keats adopted?

John Keats:

John Keats was an English poet who wrote during the early part of the nineteenth century. Considered to be a critical figure of the Romantic Age, he is remembered for works such as "La Belle Dame Sans Merci".

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John Keats was one of the biological children of Thomas Keats and Frances Jennings. Though John went through many trials and, later had guardians, he...

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John Keats: Poems, Biography and Quotes

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Chapter 7 / Lesson 10
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Lots of poets only write for a few years, get discouraged by terrible reviews and never amount to much. And then there's John Keats. Despite a short life with an abbreviated literary career and ridicule from prominent critics, Keats' work would come to symbolize the Romantic poetry movement. Watch this lesson to learn more.


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