Shelley&rsquo;s jaw, Keats&rsquo;s hair, Byron&rsquo;s honeymoon-bed curtains &mdash; the Romantics fixated on objects of the dead. And then there were the<strong> Bront&euml;s</strong>

Shelley&amp;rsquo;s jaw, Keats&amp;rsquo;s hair, Byron&amp;rsquo;s honeymoon-bed curtains &amp;mdash; the Romantics fixated on objects of the dead. And then there were the
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Shelley’s jaw, Keats’s hair, Byron’s honeymoon-bed curtains — the Romantics fixated on objects of the dead. And then there were the Brontës

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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