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... the theme was with him , and months later when , in August 1820 , he wrote to
Fanny Brawne that , “ the last two years taste like brass upon my Palate , " it was
with a phrase adapted out of Hyperion that he was describing his condition .
The earliest quotation in the New English Dictionary for that phrase is 1827 .
Keats , in the wonderful letter of 3 May , 1818 , speaks of ' the general and
gregarious advance of intellect , ' and says , ' there is really a grand march of
This mastery of phrase and imagery can be seen everywhere over his poetry .
Sometimes it comes through in a single phrase : to envisage circumstance , all
calm That is the top of sovereignty . Or in brief description : Mid hush ' d , cool ...
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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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