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John Keats
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Definition
English romantic poet known for elaborate word choice and sensual imagery (1795-1821)
  • Carol nodded in the manner of a lady being kind to a tradesman, and one of her selves sneered, "Our Erik is indeed a lost John Keats."
    Chapter 28 (78% in)

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  • He's Keats—sensitive to silken things.
    Chapter 28 (91% in)
  • And perhaps there are several poets not mentioned today whom it might be worth while considering—Keats, for instance, and Matthew Arnold and Rossetti and Swinburne.
    Chapter 11 (18% in)
  • Keats was in his face, and Shelley, and Arthur Upson, whom she had once seen in Minneapolis.
    Chapter 28 (42% in)
  • Keats, here!
    Chapter 28 (92% in)
  • I wonder how much of the cement is made out of the tombstones of John Keatses?
    Chapter 28 (93% in)

There are no more uses of "John Keats" in Main Street.

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