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Keats

John. 1795--1821, English poet. His finest poetry is contained in Lamia and other Poems (1820), which includes The Eve of St Agnes, Hyperion, and the odes On a Grecian Urn, To a Nightingale, To Autumn, and To Psyche
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That is a little Keatsian. Shoot me.) As Plumly lingers over the flights of birds or the heights of trees, the painful moments of betrayal and the despairing moments of the deaths of parents and friends and people he has loved, he is pushing his irreconcilable figures into combinations that shape new harmonies.
Keatsian aesthetic in Hyperion reveals his deeper insight into the tragic aspects of life.
Keatsian references persist: "As for John Keats, another tuberculosis sufferer, so with Modigliani: it was art for art's sake." Fellow victims such as Chopin, Katherine Anne Porter, Elizabeth Browning and the pre-Raphaelite model Gabriella Siddal are also mentioned.
Lowell's poem searches for Keatsian moments - notably the "wreaths of stars" and "the spiced winds" and there is a lovely sense of her "following" the young Keats as he walks the highroad.
By evolving beyond isolationism, partisanship, and disillusionment, Hemingway gained greater access to a Keatsian "negative capability, marking an enlarged perspective and greater maturity in his art.
The visual element of this literary artifact (its "graphic emphasis," to use Swenson's term) illuminates its topic and statement, eliciting a genuinely Keatsian moment of wild surmise ("Note" 87).
/ Not the marvelous act, but the evident conclusion of being." And yet it's these moments that compel us to poems, that possess, as Gilbert says here, "A magnitude of beauty that allows me no peace." For Gilbert, there is no Keatsian certainty that beauty is simply truth; instead, seeking out truth frequently requires resisting the siren call of beauty, even as its claims can't be fully or finally denied.
(12) Hsia sometimes uses English literature as a touchstone to describe Zhang's writing: 'The author's visual imagination, which rises on occasion to a Keatsian opulence, is always impressive in the detailed description of the clothes of her female characters.' (13) Significantly, such allusive praise becomes radicalized by Rey Chow as 'superfluous sensuous details' that function as part of a strategy subversive of the dominant culture(s) of modernity.
and cordial, a laughing of daffodils; of orchards, gooey, Keatsian. in permanent sweetness, the transmission finicky, complacent, the meandering that was going, unnoticed, everything became colorful, blinding.
In its own way, the interrogative title itself is a sign of the open-endedness of Keatsian 'speculation', since it can and does raise so many possibilities.
Nightingale"; moreover, Fitzgerald also loved this Keatsian poem
Such recall is also a resource; aestheticism is rarely 'pure' aestheticism, and the movement is haunted and energized by this Keatsian precedent, one that 'brings into play the very ethical, sexual, economic questions it staves off' (p.