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ITEM Identifier: MS Keats 1-6, MS Keats 1, 1.1

A.L. (unsigned) in verse, to George Keats; Margate, August [1816]., [1816]. Digital


  • [1816].

Language of Materials


Physical Description

4p. on 2 conjugate leaves,

Conditions Governing Access

Access to original manuscripts and letters is restricted. Readers must use the color digital facsimiles linked to this finding aid or the facsimile edition of manuscripts. Facsimiles can be found in: John Keats. Poetry Manuscripts at Harvard, edited by Jack Stillinger (Belknap Press, 1990) and in other sources noted in the finding aid.


25 linear feet


25 x 20.3 cm.

General note

Published as Full many a dreary hour have I past ("To My Brother George"). Rollins 5.
General note Wove paper watermarked: IPING / 1813. Small piece torn from top right corner of f.1, affecting date on recto and three lines on verso. At top of p. 1, in John Jeffrey 's hand: "(published)."

William Harris Arnold (sale, Anderson, 10-11 November 1924, lot 506) to Amy Lowell. Bequeathed, 1925. Recat. from *Lowell 1010.46

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