John Keats - one of the greatest poets of the English Romantic movement.
He is famous for his songs, novels, epistolary poems, epics, hymns, ballads, odes, sonnets.
John Keats was born in Moorgate, near London, October 31, 1795.
John was the oldest of Thomas and Frances Keats' (born Jennings) four children: George, Thomas and Frances Mary (Fanny). His father worked as a groom and then was a stable keeper.
In the summer of 1803, Keats was sent to board at John Clarke's school in Enfield Town - the little school, where Keats discovered an interest in classical literature and history.
John Keats had lost both parents at an early age
The children were in the care of their grandmother. When he was sixteen, he was apprenticed to a surgeon and pharmacist. but soon he gave up his job doctor to be a poet, not a surgeon.
In February 1820, Keats was hemorrhaging in the lungs - the first symptom of tuberculosis.
John Keats died of tuberculosis at the age of 25 in Rome February 23, 1821.
He was buried in the Protestant cemetery.