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Scholarship on Keats’s fascination with Milton has tended to focus on his response to Paradise Lost. This article sheds new light on Keats’s engagement with Milton by exploring the significance of his reading of Samson Agonistes with Charles Armitage Brown during their walking tour of North...
Keats and Coleridge met for the one and only time on 11 April 1819. That accidental meeting embodied a range of circumstances and contexts which converged to create the conditions in which Keats’s poetic career advanced beyond its initial rapid development. Brief but intense exposure to...
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