|Card 85: Keats's Grave|
|Where To Get This Card:||Card Pack 2|
|Preceded By:||Card 84: Neuschwanstein Castle|
|Followed By:||Card 86: The Book Code|
"John Keats was one of the nineteenth century's most gifted poets. This Janus agent preferred to spend his time writing or lost in reverie; he had little interest in looking for the 39 Clues. However, he had to acknowledge the hunt when the other branches learned that his friends Percy Bysshe Shelley and Mary Shelley were protecting a Janus Clue. Many believed that Keats also knew about this Clue and began following him. The Lucians he could handle . . . but it was the mysterious figures in black that drove him mad. Were the Madrigals after Keats? Or, as he grew weak from tuberculosis, did the poet finally fall prey to his vivid imagination?"
A letter from John Keats, whose been in Italy, to Charles.