• (noun): Englishman and Romantic poet (1795-1821).
    Synonyms: John Keats

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Lamiae - In Popular Culture
... is the title of an 1819 narrative poem written by English poet John Keats ... of Fire and Ice contains a short story entitled "A Lamia in the Cévennes", which references Keats poem ... The works of John Keats feature heavily in the novels ...
The Hard Life - Literary Significance and Reception - References To Actual History and Geography
... Rome and claims that the inscription he places on the headstone is an ironic joke on Keats' headstone ... According to the novel, Keats' headstone reads "Here lies one whose name was writ on water" and Collopy's "Here lies one whose name was writ in water." (p ... However, either Manus or O'Brien himself is mistaken Keats' headstone itself reads "Here lies one whose name was writ in water", a self-lacerating reference to the negative reviews that his ...
List Of Ashes To Ashes Characters - Main Characters - Jim Keats
... DCI Jim Keats (Daniel Mays) appears as the main antagonist of the third series, as an officer sent from the Discipline and Complaints Department (D C) to assess Fenchurch East CID as part of ... During episode one, Keats quietly vows to Hunt that he will "dismantle the station around him" and that he knows "what Hunt really did", along with informing ... and statements regarding the death of Sam Tyler, Keats informs Drake that he thinks Hunt killed Tyler ...
Steven Keats - Biography
... The son of Jewish emigrants from Denmark, Keats was a popular and prolific actor of the 1970s ... a tour of duty in Vietnam with the Air Force from 1965–1966, Keats attended the prestigious Yale School of Drama in 1969 and 1970 ... He is the father of photographer and actor Thatcher Keats ...
Sleep And Poetry
... and Poetry (1816) is a poem by the English Romantic poet John Keats ... It is often cited as a clear example of Keats's bower-centric poetry, yet it contains lines that make such a simplistic reading problematic, such as 'First the realm I'll pass/Of Flora, and old Pan.. ... Furthermore, Keats defends his early 'bower-centric' subject matter, which hearkens back to the classical poetic tradition of Homer and Virgil ...

Famous quotes containing the word keats:

    For awhile after you quit Keats all other poetry seems to be only whistling or humming.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    With sighs more lunar than bronchial,
    Howbeit eluding fallopian diagnosis,
    She simpers into the tribal library and reads
    That Keats died of tuberculosis . . .
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)