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To George and Thomas Keats (Hampstead, February 21, 1818)

Hampstead, Saturday, February 21, 1818 My dear Brothers I am extremely sorry to have given you so much uneasiness by not writing; however, you know good news is no news or vice versâ. I do not like to write a short letter to you, or you would have had one long before. The weather although boisterous …

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To George and Thomas Keats (Hampstead, 23d January, 1818)

Hampstead, Friday 23d January, 1818 My dear Brothers I was thinking what hindered me from writing so long, for I have so many things to say to you, and know not where to begin. It shall be upon a thing most interesting to you, my Poem. Well! I have given the first Book to Taylor; …

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