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In the late 1700's and early 1800's, the great romantic poets wrote about intense feelings of love and sadness. In celebration of the movie Bright Star…
In the late 1700's and early 1800's, the great romantic poets wrote about intense feelings of love and sadness. In celebration of the movie Bright Star, which depicts the intense love affair between Fanny Brawne and great romantic poet John Keats, the next few episodes of A Cup of Poetry will feature the lovely, dramatic poetry of Keats, Blake and Wordsworth.
Books featured in this episode:
We feature the work of early Renaissance poets
But Were Afraid to Ask
William Wordsworth finishes our celebration of romantic poetry.
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