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“Give me books, French wine, fruit, fine weather and a little music played out of doors by somebody I do not know.”
— John Keats (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)
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“If I cannot live with you I will live alone. I do not think my health will improve much while I am separated from you. For all this I am adverse to seeing you - I cannot bear flashes of light and return into my gloom again. I am not so unhappy now as I should be if I had seen you yesterday. To be happy with you seems such an impossibility! it requires a luckier Star than mine! it will never be.”

John Keats in a letter to Fanny Brawne

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“My chest of books, divide amongst my friends.”

— John Keats (His last poem, also his will)

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ladycashasatiger:

In the 2009 film Bright Star, we find the poet John Keats sharing a house with not only with the Brawne family, but also a Scottish writer named Mr. Brown, played by Paul Schneider. Who was this Mr. Brown? The question had been bothering me ever since I saw the movie, so I decided to get some answers.