The Mind of John Keats
Oxford University Press, 1926 - 209 pages
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actual aesthetic appear artist beauty become Book chapter clear complete conception creation critical death described direct divine dream early earth Endymion eternal evidence existence experience expression fact Fall feeling felt give happiness human human heart Hyperion idea ideal identity imagination immortal insight intellect interest interpretation intuitive John Keats Keats Keats's knowledge later letter light lines live look matter means Milton mind Mystery nature never objects pain passage passion perhaps period philosophy pleasure poem poet poet's poetic poetry reach reality reason revealed says seems seen sensation sense sensuous Shakespeare Shelley sort soul speak speculation spirit suffering suggests theory things thou thought tion true truth understanding universe verse vision Volume whole Wordsworth writing written wrote young