[T]hen the veil was rent: Homeric Insight and the Material Sublime

Octavia Cox

Abstract


This essay examines Keatss poem To Homer in order to understand more fully Keatss conception of poetic insight, and how this relates to the material sublime.

Keywords


John Keats; Homer; Material Sublime; Poetic Insight; Poetry; Romanticism

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