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John Keats

Celebrating the life and poetry of John Keats.

Students looking for information on Keats should find this site very useful as it contains various revision notes, biography, annotated poems and so much more.

Even if you're just interested to know more about the man behind classic poetry such as 'To Autumn', you'll find plenty here to engage you. Perhaps you've seen 'Bright Star' recently, and never really knew who Keats was.. well you've come to the right place!

I studied John Keats' poetry in 2004, and it still means a lot to me now. I hope this site can prove to you how powerful his poetry was, as well as informing you about his life and relationships with other poets.

If you have any questions to ask, whether its about the website or John Keats himself, please feel free to email me (see contact page) and I'll be happy to reply. You can sign my guestbook, or if you're keen to chat to others, there's a Keats forum (run by someone else).

Keats' Kingdom will be updated as much as possible with more poetry, notes, revision activities and other information. Look out for activity sheets throughout the website.

Keats' Kingdom 2004 -