John Keats (1795-1821)
John Keats and the
Keats-Shelley Review 16: 2002
A detailed analysis of the importance to Keats's best known poetry of the striking imagery he saw in the medicinal use of nominally poisonous plants.
William Curtis, Flora Londinensis, 1777-1798. William Woodville. Medical Botany, 1790.
The <Wiki> People
Robert John Thornton, New illustration of the sexual system of Carolus von Linnaeus ... (1797-1807) & Wellcome Collection
Nice Ink, Keats
The Romanticism blog, The Wordsworth Trust, January 2019
The student Keats doodled in his anatomy lecture notes. What was going through his mind? In this post for The Romanticism blog I start following a some clues.
The Plant Lore & Garden Craft of Shakespeare,
Henry N. Ellacombe 1869
For a discussion on the links between John Keats and the botanist William Curtis mentioned in this article see 'John Keats & the Botanic Pharmacy, Keats-Shelley Review, No. 16 p.32.
Nothing but Flowers
The Lancet, 2011
A short co-authored essay in the The Lancet's 'Perspectives' series
on the content and context of Keats's medical education. (2011).
The Lancet, Volume 378, Issue 9802, Pages 1541 - 1542, 29 October 2011