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Room with a CLUE

Poet’s Corner

or two years this was the home. Today, it’s a museum. The darling of English literature is said to have in the garden. He fell in love with the girl next door and became secretly engaged to her; she was his muse and is thought to be the subject of . Tragically, but is immortalised through his words, which are much celebrated today.

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