4 Answered Questions for the topic john keats
Are Endymion and Hyperion by John Keats intended to be related pieces?
Hyperion and Endymion are poems by the famous poet John Keats, both based on Greek mythology.Hyperion talks about the Titan's despairing after their defeat by the Olympians, and was written in... more
Do the poisons in "Ode on Melancholy" have deeper meaning?
In "Ode on Melancholy", Keats uses the images of three poisons in the first stanza: Wolf's bane, nightshade, and yew-berries. Are these poisons simply meant to connote death/suicide, or might they... more
Meaning of this line in "On seeing the Elgin Marbles"?
>And each imagined pinnacle and steep >Of godlike hardship tells me I must die The "pinnacle and steep" represent the pillars of the Parthenon if I'm not mistaken. But the next line... more
Had Keats read any of Homer's works before reading Chapman's translation of them?
In "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer," John Keats writes: > Oft of one wide expanse had I been told <br/> > That deep-browed Homer ruled as his demesne;<br/> > Yet... more