Keats: Contradiction and Identification in Nature
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The poetry of John Keats (1795-1821) is representative of the Romantic Movement in Europe during the early 1800s. In this essay, Keats' (1919) "Bright Star" and (1819) "Ode to a Nightingale" are compared as classic examples of Romanticism's interests in the human soul, representations of perfection in Nature, and especially of depicting the emotions, passions, and sensualities of human existence. Both poems contain examples of Keats' own desire to portray the questions of life in contradictions.
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