uispeccoll: deborahlutz: John Keats’s hair in a ring When John Keats died of tuberculosis at age 25, he was desperately in love with Fanny Brawne. He gave her a lock of his hair towards the end of his life, and she later took a small portion of it and gave it to Keats’s sister, also called Fanny. She handed it down as a sort of family heirloom, and a later collector of Keats memorabilia set it in this ring. It was donated to the Bodleian in 1904. One mystery, though, is why the hair is so…
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The Stripper (1963) is a drama film about a struggling, aging actress turned stripper and the people she knows, played by Joanne Woodward. It is based on the play A Loss of Roses by William Inge. This was the feature film debut of director Franklin J. Schaffner, and co-starred Carol Lynley, Robert Webber, and Richard Beymer. Also appearing as Madame Olga was real-life stripper Gypsy Rose Lee.
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