ode to a nightingale

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ode to a nightingale

Postby ** » Sun Jun 01, 2003 10:59 pm

Is the nightingale a woman?could it be argued that it is a reflection of keats' mistrust in women ('full of suspicions,malice & spleen') by the way in which the nightingale takes him on this journey to join the immortal but then he is quickly returned to relality and thus questions the imagiantion which leaves him a state of ambiguity.

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