By G. Douglas Atkins
This available, knowledgeable, and interesting publication deals clean, new avenues into Keats’s poems and letters, together with a invaluable creation to “the liable poet.” concentrating on Keats’s experience of accountability to fact, poetry, and the reader, G. Douglas Atkins, a famous T.S. Eliot critic, writes as an ama-teur. He reads the letters as literary texts, essayistic and dramatic; the Odes compared to Eliot’s remedy of comparable topics; “The Eve of St. Agnes” via including to his revered past article at the poem an addendum outlining a daring new examining; “Lamia” through targeting its complicated and confusing therapy of philosophy and mind's eye and revealing how Keats actually represents philosophy as functioning inside poetry. evaluating Keats with Eliot, poet-philosopher, this e-book generates important perception into Keats’s winning and sometimes refined poetic remedy of rules, accentuating clone of him as “the in charge poet.”
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On Keats’s Practice and Poetics of Responsibility: Beauty and Truth in the Major Poems by G. Douglas Atkins