accomplish his work. Cordelia, disowned, became Queen of France. The poems opening four lines have been compared to Keats description of Windermere in his letter to his brother Tom in June 1818: the two views we have had of the lake are of the most noble tenderness they can never fade away they make. So, lines 11 and 12 allude to that very episode in the tragedy. This first line is basically an apostrophe since the speaker directly addresses Golden-tongued Romance thus personifying. Fanny copied out this poem in a volume of Dante which Keats had given her. It is also considered as an intermediary between earth where it puts its roots and the vault of the sky that it touches with its top. He has repeatedly saidthat he never sits down to write, unless he is full of ideas and then thoughts come about him in troops one of his Maxims is that if Poetry does not come naturally, it had better not come at all. When I behold thee flippant, vain. Moreover, the fact that Great Britain is named Albion because of its white cliffs conveys the idea of a bridge between earth and heaven or life and death. Moreover, we have already realized that he is scared of death, particularly in his When I have fears that I may cease.
Firstly, chivalric romances are praised and put aside. William Hilton's posthumous portrait of Keats, after Joseph Severn posthumous portrait of John Keats by William Hilton. Secondly, the impact of Information Technology on Education effects they provoke are contrasted with those engendered by the reading of King Lear. John Keats's literary career amounted to just three and a half years. It is the perusal of King Lear written by William Shakespeare in 1605 which affects him this time and this is not a first reading judging by the presence of Once Again in the title. So, damnation is a metaphor for the thoughts the reading of King Lear provokes while impassiond clay refers to those generated by chivalric romances.