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Bright Star by John Keats
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Jun 01, 2011

The Romantic Age is a self-reflecting, worship of life and youth; nature and peace. Overall, I criticize that it is sentimental, and that most of these works could qualify as journal entries (thoughts, feelings, impressions, etc). But I know these are the qualities that other people appreciate, and I only mean to offer my own opinion. It has its place.

However, if I had to choose a favorite author, it would be Keats. Had he lived to strengthen his skill, he may have been the greatest poet of the Romantic period.

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