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Outlander and Keats

Ok, so not the entire decade, but since its premier in August, 2014, Outlander has been my escape of choice. The books, the characters, the actors, the production–there is plenty there to obsess about. 233 more words


To Autumn

We’ve been reading a lot of Keats’ poetry in my Transatlantic Literary History class, which has turned my mind to freshman year of college. That is when I read… 371 more words

John Keats

I cannot capture your grace in words; I am profoundly enchanted by the flowing complexity in you. — John Keats, in a letter to Fanny Brawne dated 5 Novemeber 1820


poetry on film

In our ongoing pursuit of all things poetry-on-film, we somehow overlooked Bright Star, a 2009 film by Jane Campion. The story of John Keats and Fanny Brawne, the film was described as “beautiful, wistful” by… 32 more words


Life Imitating Art

We have entered one of those perfect times of the year. It will only last a moment, and perhaps the fleeting nature of spring adds to its magic. 275 more words

What kind of satisfaction do novel-readers get from epigrams?

Sugarplums: A novel take on epigrams – Gregory Maguire – Poetry – October 2017

Gregory Maguire, author of Wicked, on the use of epigrams at the start of novels. 123 more words