Afternoon Poems: Keats and Milton

John Milton was a poet greatly admired by Keats and other Romantic poets. Join the Keats House Poetry Ambassadors for a special reading to accompany our new exhibition, which centres on Keats’s heavily-annotated, personal copy of 'Paradise Lost'.
Admission
Free, booking recommended

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