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Poets' London - a walk and talk with Graham Fawcett

A 3-hour walk through Hampstead reflecting on the poets who visited the area and their views on Identity.

Keats's insistence that a poet has no identity and Coleridge's understanding of self-knowledge, along with other questions will be explored on this three-hour walk and talk along a a route that begins at Keats House and takes in Hampstead, the Vale of Health, Well Walk, Heath House, Bolton House and Hampstead Heath. Graham Fawcett will reflect on the poets who visited these places and discuss how and why the Romantics viewed Identity as they did and how the poems they were writing illustrated those views.


Mr Graham Fawcett | talks


Date and Time:

8 October 2006 at 1:00 pm


3 hours



Keats House
Keats House
Keats Grove
020 7332 3868

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£8; £6 concessions; limited availability.

Available from:

Keats House, Keats Grove, Hampstead, London NW3 2RR; Telephone 020 7435 2062 (Tue-Sun); Cheques payable to 'The City of London'.

Additional Information:

The walk will begin at Keats House, promptly at 1pm.

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