Keats House Reopened

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Re: Keats House Reopened

Postby Saturn » Sat Aug 29, 2009 7:45 am

Excellent photos! Another great find once again Malia...ooh I must get one of those handsome brochures...and are visitors really allowed to sit on the chez-lounge?? :shock:
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Re: Keats House Reopened

Postby Malia » Sat Aug 29, 2009 4:35 pm

Saturn wrote: are visitors really allowed to sit on the chez-lounge?? :shock:


That's exactly what I was wondering!
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Re: Keats House Reopened

Postby dks » Sat Aug 29, 2009 8:26 pm

Did they remove the seedling plum tree from the front of the adjacent building?! I remember almost kneeling in front of it to look at the placque...it was sooo cold when I was there and the ground was wet with freeze and rain...all the pics look so warm with all the natural light flooding into every room--the renovations look heavenly...thanks so much for that, Malia--I needed it this morning... :!:
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Re: Keats House Reopened

Postby BrokenLyre » Sun Aug 30, 2009 1:45 am

Thanks again Malia for the links! I have copied all of them so I can access whenever I want to. I just really want to be there....

On another note, I am leaving for Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan tomorrow for a short visit. When I visited there some time ago I saw that they had 95 books on John Keats in their library! I was extremely surprised since that is about 65 more books than most large public libraries. I am now curious as to why so many on Keats...I must find out while I am there! :)
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Re: Keats House Reopened

Postby wallflower » Sun Aug 30, 2009 8:23 am

Hey everyone :) this is my first post, but i've been reading the threads for quite some time now..

anyways.. this news about the home is just great. I'm planning on going on a three month trip next year to visit the places where Keats was born, where he worked, wrote, died, was buried... etc. It's going to be great personal development. This just makes it all the more exciting :)
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Re: Keats House Reopened

Postby Saturn » Sun Aug 30, 2009 4:01 pm

Welcome wallflower, I'm glad you're no longer a wallflower and getting involved! Sounds like quite a trip you're making; I hope it's all you wish it to be.
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