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The view over the Spanish Steps from the Keats-Shelley House

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View of the Keats-Shelley House from the top of the Spanish Steps

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By becoming a Friend of KSMA you will be joining us in supporting the Keats-Shelley House in Rome which receives no public funding. You will also be a member of an association of people who share an interest in the Romantics.

Join the Friends and you will:

  • Enjoy FREE entry to the Museum in Rome and help preserve it for future generations
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  • Receive an invitation to the Keats-Shelley Prize Presentation in London in October each year.

Friends are also invited to send details of events associated with the Romantics that may be of interest to other members for possible inclusion in the Newsletter.

Contact James Kidd, Friends' Secretary/Editor of the Newsletter at 76 New High St. Oxford OX3 7AQ. or

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Students sharing a reading from Ode to a Nightingale