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Frances (Fanny) Brawne Lindon (9 August 1800 – 4 December 1865) is most known for her betrothal to nineteenth-century English Romantic poet John Keats, a fact largely unknown until 1878, when Keats's letters to her were published. Their engagement, lasting from December 1818 until Keats's death in February 1821, spanned some of the most poetically productive years of his life.

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  • Frances (Fanny) Brawne (9 août 1800 - 4 décembre 1865) est surtout connue aujourd'hui pour ses fiançailles, au XIXe siècle avec le poète John Keats, fait largement inconnu jusqu'à la publication de leur correspondance en 1878. Ces fiançailles, de décembre 1818 jusqu'à sa mort en février 1821, couvrent une partie des années les plus productives de la vie poétique de Keats. Le film de Jane Campion, Bright Star, sélectionné pour le Festival de Cannes 2009, met en scène le poète au moment de sa rencontre avec Fanny Brawne, qui avait déjà inspiré à Rudyard Kipling sa nouvelle Sans fil (1902).
  • Questo fatto è rimasto sconosciuto fino al 1878, quando vennero pubblicate le lettere di Keats a lei indirizzate. Il loro fidanzamento, durato dal dicembre 1818 fino alla morte di Keats nel febbraio del 1821, ha coinciso con gli anni artisticamente più prolifici del poeta.
  • Frances (Fanny) Brawne Lindon (9 de agosto de 1800 - 4 de dezembro de 1865), foi uma inglesa que viveu no século XIX e é conhecida por causa do seu romance com o poeta romântico John Keats, um facto desconhecido até 1878, ano em que as cartas que Keats lhe tinha enviado foram publicadas. O seu noivado com o poeta, que durou desde Dezembro de 1818 até à morte dele em fevereiro de 1821, aconteceu durante o período mais produtivo em termos poéticos de Keats.
  • Frances (Fanny) Brawne Lindon (9 August 1800 – 4 December 1865) is most known for her betrothal to nineteenth-century English Romantic poet John Keats, a fact largely unknown until 1878, when Keats's letters to her were published. Their engagement, lasting from December 1818 until Keats's death in February 1821, spanned some of the most poetically productive years of his life.
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