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Illusions of Keats’ Femme Fatale

In “La Belle Dame sans Merci,” Keats places focus on the concept of illusions, like he did in “Lamia.” The dying knight, who meets the beautiful lady, ultimately falls victim to the illusion of her love and beauty. Interestingly, the … Continue reading

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The Mark

Originally posted on shinybootsofleather22's Blog:
In Lamia, Keats does not seem to meditate so much on his own choice between one perception of the world and another (scientific vs. poetic), but rather seems to focus on the writer as a…

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