A fascinating look into the physical and social context of Winchester, amidst which Keats was inspired to write his ode ‘To Autumn’.
This article by Richard Marggraf Turley, Jayne Elizabeth Archer, and Howard Thomas appeared in the Oxford University’s Review of English Studies (Vol 63, Issue 262, November 2012). It has been made available for free in honour of the bicentenary of Keats’ death.
Keats, ‘To Autumn’, and the New Men of Winchester
A lovely article that traces – in great detail! – Keats’ trip on the mail coach from London to Southampton on 14-15 April 1817. (And I’m delighted to see that this was written in the context of preparing a new collection of essays on the theme of “Keats and place”.)
Interesting article on Anthony Burgess and his relationship with Keats, published on the International Anthony Burgess Foundation site on 6 April 2016.
Burgess and Keats