Saturn wrote:In other words, may be very academic and dry, but should still be worth reading.
Ennis wrote: anything about Keats can never be considered "dry," to us, could it?
Ennis wrote: I just received my copy of Nicholas Roe's Fiery Heart: The First Life of Leigh Hunt and I am looking forward to reading it. I did get as far as the preface (prologue?), and the author says he has divided Hunt's life into two "sections" -- that before the death of Shelley and that after. This biography, obviously, deals with the first part, which is fine with me!!
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