Keats, Narrative and Audience

Keats, Narrative and Audience

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Clear but sophisticated readings of Keats's major poems, informed by contemporary literary theory.As I have argued elsewhere, the strangely incongruous reference to Ruth as weeping and homesick may be understood to be doubly ... That is, to say that the poem produces its own self-reflexive response is a problem of, rather than a solution to, reading. ... a Grecian Urnaquot; and the Finality of Arta#39;, in J. H. Smith, ed., Brandeis Essays in Literature (Wahham, Mass., Department of Notes to pages 132-4 2 1 7.

Title:Keats, Narrative and Audience
Author:Andrew Bennett
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1994-03-24


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