Hyperion (poem) | Critical Essay by Irene H. Chayers

This literature criticism consists of approximately 26 pages of analysis & critique of Hyperion (poem).
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Critical Essay by Irene H. Chayers

SOURCE: Chayers, Irene H. “Dreamer, Poet, and Poem in The Fall of Hyperion.Philological Quarterly 46, no. 4 (October 1967): 499-515.

In the following essay, Chayers considers Keats's thematic and stylistic use of the composition of poetry in The Fall of Hyperion. Chayers focuses on the dialogue between the first-person narrator and the priestess Moneta, as well as the passage which reflects on the poet versus dreamer, as a representative example.

                                
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