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George Keats of Kentucky: A Life - Lawrence M. Crutcher


John Keats's biographers have rarely been fair to George Keats (1797--1841) -- pushing him to the background as the younger brother, painting him as a prodigal son, or labeling him as the "business



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George Keats of Kentucky: A Life - Lawrence M. Crutcher


John Keats's biographers have rarely been fair to George Keats (1797--1841) -- pushing him to the background as the younger brother, painting him as a prodigal son, or labeling him as the "business