English restored : John Keats's To Autumn
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This essay argues that on the threshold of winter in 1819 the ‘condition of the language’ itself proved to be a remarkable resource for Keats and that, as Miriam Allott suggested, he was continuing to reflect upon and respond creatively to an earlier period as he set about remaking himself once again as a poet.
Roe , N 2017 , ' English restored : John Keats's To Autumn ' , Essays in Criticism , vol. 67 , no. 3 , pp. 237-258 . https://doi.org/10.1093/escrit/cgx011
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