John Keats was a poet who was born into a poor family in Moorgate, London, England. His parents died when he was young and one of his two brothers died of tuberculosis while the other left to America.
John is well known for writing romantic poems such as "Robin Hood, To a Friend," or "The Eve of St. Agnes." He was inspired to write these poems by his love to Fanny Brawne his neighbor.
He only became famous when he died in 1821 and before that publiced three poetry books. Furthermore, he could not get married since he did not have enough money.