Ep. 16 Readings: This Living Hand and Where be ye going, you Devon maid by John Keats
On 23rd February 2021, the 200th anniversary of John Keats' death in Rome, the Keats-Shelley Prize Podcast recorded a conversation with Dr Dinah Roe about Christina Rossetti's sonnet 'On Keats', which quotes his epitaph 'Here lies one whose name was writ in water'.----more----
We finished around 10.30pm and to mark the occasion read two poems in Keats' honour: 'This living hand now warm and capable' and 'Where be ye going you Devon maid'.
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'This living hand now warm and capable' by John Keats
'Where be ye going you Devon maid' by John Keats
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