Master of Arts
Albert E. Hartung
In November 1818, Keats, who had suffered an inferiority complex in his relationship with women, met Fanny Brawne and fell in love with her. Keats was happily in love and creating the odes, but he also feared that love was destroying him by taking away his freedom. The conclusion which must be drawn about this affair is that Fanny was primarily a good influence on Keats as a man and as a poet.
Fenninger, Peter L., "The effect of fanny brawne on john keats" (1970). Theses and Dissertations. 3839.