Keats Paper

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Keats Paper

Postby Guest » Tue Apr 01, 2003 10:16 pm

ok, i have to take one of his poem, then, based only on contextual evidence, prove he wrote it, by using other poems. I'm horible at doing this, can anyone help?
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Postby Endymion » Thu Apr 03, 2003 8:13 pm

Hi G, I'm not going to do your homework for you, but what do you think seperates Keats' poems from everyone elses? How do you tell that a certain poem was by Keats?

Look at one of his poems for more than 6 mins and you'll see certain subjects appearing again and again, recurring themes: he was particularly fond of nature and the effect it had on him as an observer, and wrote about his political opinions and how he viewed his life. Keats was a philosopher as well as a poet.

Find out for yourself, and give yourself a little time with it. It's not so hard really.

As Socrates said, "true insight comes from within".
"He Stood in His Shoes and he Wondered
He Wondered
He Stood in his Shoes and He Wondered."
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