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* TearJerker: The movie doesn't skimp on them, but most of all the scene in which Brawne [[spoiler: learns that Keats has died in Italy.]] Arguably, also the scene in which Brown admits [[spoiler: he's failed Keats, his one true friend.]]

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* TearJerker: The movie doesn't skimp on them, but most of all the scene in which Brawne [[spoiler: learns that Keats has died in Italy.]] Arguably, also Also the scene in which Brown admits [[spoiler: he's failed Keats, his one true friend.]]

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* TearJerker: The movie doesn't skimp on them, but most of all the scene in which Brawne [[spoiler: learns that Keats has died in Italy.]] Arguably, also the scene in which Brown admits [[spoiler: he's failed Keats, his one true friend.]]

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Brown, despite (or perhaps in part [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys because of]]) his HistoricalVillainUpgrade.
* FoeYay: The prickly verbal sparring and hostility between Brown and Brawne is similar to the stereotypical BelligerentSexualTension in many [[RomanticComedy romantic comedies]]. Brown even writes and sends Brawne a (rather nasty) Valentine's Day card.
* HoYay: Brown is truly obsessed with Keats.

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