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contains so much beauty , " does not allow the full development of Keats ' s
thought within the poem . The Ode to a Nightingale opens with the same
recognition of the impermanence of beauty in the physical world which
dominates the Psyche ...
encountered in the physical and material world , has its deceits , for all beauty
has impermanence ; its sequel is melancholy and it is at times near to evil . The
perception of beauty in the human form is surrounded by still greater treacheries .
And there follows the idyllic speech of Clymene in which the irresistible glory and
beauty of Apollo , the new god , are described . Keats ' s relationship to the theme
of Hyperion has been aptly summarized by W . P . Ker in a note which has ...
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KeatsCrítica de los usuarios - Book Verdict
As far as pure biography goes, Motion's is a good place to start. He considers the life and work of Keats from a political perspective. While Bright Star only hinted at the politics of the time, Keats ... Leer comentario completo
KEATSCrítica de los usuarios - Kirkus
Whether illuminating Keats's famous lines or unearthing long-occluded facts about the most ill-starred of English Romantic poets, this superb biographical study displays an unusually sensitive ... Leer comentario completo
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