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Investigates the relation between Keats’s real and imagined places
Demonstrates that that Keats’s travels were not only opportunities to retire and find a “fair atmosphere to think in” away from the noise and dirt of London, but also represented intellectually rigorous, emotionally impactful engagements with material conditions at various sites across Britain
"The essays in this ranging and enlightening volume remind us that, however freely his imagination roamed, Keats remained, always, locally attached, and anchored in the living and breathing reality of the world in which he lived." (Chris Townsend, The BARS Review, Vol. 55, 2020)