Plaque

John Keats - NW3

Inscription

John Keats, poet, lived in this house. B: 1795. D: 1821.

{Almost hidden in the decorative border:}
Erected by the Society of Arts

Site: John Keats - NW3 (1 memorial)

NW3, Keats Grove, Keats House

Here he wrote "Ode to a nightingale" after falling in love with a neighbour's daughter, Fanny Brawne. Nice post on a visit here from Spitalfields Life.

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John Keats - NW3

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John Keats

Born 24 Moorfields Pavement Row, Finsbury. This was the Swan and Hoop pub, wh...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
John Keats - NW3

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Royal Society of Arts

Founded by William Shipley as the "Society of Arts" in Rawthmell's Coffee Hou...

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