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us would probably regard it as the most richly representative of all Keats's poems. An example from "Ode to a Nightingale" can be found within line 45 The grass, the thicket, and the fruit-tree wild as the pauses after the commas are a "masculine" pause. Does this one bird represent the species, which by continuing generation after generation does achieve a kind of immortality as a species? Each stanza in "Nightingale" is rhymed ababcdecde, Keats's most basic scheme throughout the odes. 29 Earl Wasserman essentially agrees with Finney, but he extended his summation of the poem to incorporate the themes of Keats's Mansion of Many Apartments when he says, "the core of the poem is the search for advertising Critique the mystery, the unsuccessful quest for light within. Imagination cannot be more rich and satisfying, felicity of phrase and cadence cannot be more absolute, than in the several contrasted stanzas calling for the draft of southern vintage To praise the art of a passage like that in the fourth stanza to praise. Commentary on ODE tightingale 1819 (1820) In this meditation on poetic experience, the poet attempts to conceptualise a reconciliation of beauty and permanence through the symbol of the nightingale The poet begins by explaining the nature and cause of the sadness he is experiencing,. Spaniards Inn, Hampstead, London or, according to Keats' friend, charles Armitage Brown, under a plum tree in the garden of Keats' house. While he can see nothing, the other senses feed his imagination, constructing within his mind what cannot be seen in fact. Evert, Walter (1965 Aesthetics and Myth in the Poetry of Keats, Princeton: Princeton University Press.
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Notes on Ode to a Nightingale melvilles Typee by John Keats. Perkins, David (1964 "The Ode on a Nightingale in Bate, Walter Jackson, Keats: A Collection of Critical Essays, Englewood, NJ: Prentice-Hall,. . However, Keats relied on both his own imagination and other literature as sources for his depiction of the nightingale. 173 Matthews 1971 qtd. Compare the ode, in this respect, with the Ode on Melancholy'. The Elysian fields and the nightingale's song in the first half of the poem represent the pleasurable moments that overwhelm the individual like a drug. (1944 "Prometheus and the Aeolian Lyre Yale Review, xxxiii. Wanting to escape from the pain of a joy-pain reality, the poet begins to move into a world of imagination or fantasy. My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunk, Or emptied some dull opiate to the drains. His resulting pleasure is so intense it has become painful. Two reasons for this quality are immediately apparent: there is its matchless evocation of that late spring and early summer season and there is its exceptional degree of 'distillation of concentrated recollection". 83 Ildik de Papp Carrington, Where are you, mother?