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Ode on a Grecian Urn

John Keats’s poem, “Ode on a Grecian Urn” investigates the images portrayed on an ancient urn, and the narrator admires their unchanging beauty as they are frozen in time. 1,560 more words

Once a lit student, forever a lit student...

I haven’t posted in a while because a) I’ve been too busy graduating (WOO!) and b) after Night Train to Lisbon I started reading Great Expectations… 427 more words


John Keats

” Oh se solo potessi avere una vita di sensazioni invece di una vita di pensieri!”
(John Keats)


Paradise Sought

“A thing of beauty is a joy for ever:
Its loveliness increases;
it will never Pass into nothingness”

-John Keats



We All Need Poetry

Stephen Burt’s talk on the necessity and wonder of poetry is great. He finds a way to get to the heart of the need for poetry. 49 more words


Poetic Ramblings: A Keats - ian Feeling

As I venture on my poetic ramble, the first few wisps of memory crowd around my European Literature classes, nature walks, and then settle happily on the lips of my favourite poet. 132 more words

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