John Keats and the Individual - Soul Making How does Keats explore the concept of the individual through his writing?
John Keats led a short and sorrowful life marked by great anguish, unrequited love, and palpable poetic failure. Nevertheless and perhaps on account of this, he has since become possibly the most remarkable and resounding poet of the Romantic era. The history of Keats's life is often difficult to separate from his poems and correspondences as his personal tragedies echo so loudly from many pieces of his work, but it is this personal drive which led to many of Keats's views and theories on the importance of the imagination and of the individual.
Keats was born in London on October 31st 179…
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- John Keats and the Individual - Soul Making How does Keats explore the concept of the individual through his writing?
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