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  • Keats, myth, and the science of sympathy 

    Tate, Gregory Paul (2016-06-23) - Journal article
    This essay considers the connections between myth and sympathy in Keats’s poetic theory and practice. It argues that the ‘Ode to Psyche’ exemplifies the way in which Keats uses mythological narrative, and the related trope ...
  • Knight or Wight in Keats's 'La Bella Dame'?: An Ancient Ditty Reconsidered 

    Jones, Chris (2005) - Journal article
    This article re-examines the various processes of textual transmission for Keats's 'La Belle Dame sans Merci', which have resulted in two 'competing' texts of the poem. It argues that a medieval model of textual production ...
  • Paradoxical solitude in the life, letters, and poetry of John Keats, 1814-1818 

    Theobald, John (University of St Andrews, 2009-11-30) - Thesis
    This thesis proposes two distinct but connected ideas: that John Keats’s idiom of friendship was haunted by “sequestered” longings and that he ultimately valued specific, one-on-one partnerships as a basis for his poetical ...