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Religious Themes of Goblin Market and The Eve of St. Agnes

Summary: This essay compares the religious themes contained in Keats's "The Eve of St. Agnes" and Christina Rossetti's "Goblin Market."
One of the most alluded works in the history of literature would definitely be the Bible. The Bible has given insight to most of the great authors through out time as either inspiration or a source of parody. The number of Biblical quotes and related symbols could be almost endless to list. Parodies and symbolic reference to the Bible in literary works, serve as an expression of the author's and time's religious view points.

The Romantic view of religion was more concerned with human religious experience than with divinely revealed truths. Religion for the Romantics created the want to escape the physical world and its perceived limitations. These writers believed in religion to a great extent, but thought the religious principles that were common to society would need to be reexamined and in some cases changed. They used these beliefs as fuel to inspire their writing to call...

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