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F. Scott Fitzgerald reads Keats’ “Ode to a Nightingale,” one of the few sound recordings of the author’s voice. He is reciting from memory, and, towards the end, strays significantly from the original text.
One time when I lived in Washington I threw a big party in this shallow river that ran through a forest next to my house and we basically reenacted this music video on accident and it was lovely.
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