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Essay | Truth and Keats

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Truth and Keats

Summary: Attempts to define truth. Uses a quotation from a Keats poem, Ode on a Grecian Urn, as a reference. Describes how the poet uses truth to represent reality and provide the reader to see that often the truth is hidden.
"Beauty is truth, truth beauty; that is all ye know on earth and all ye need to know." Truth, in essence, is the foundations of reality, the cornerstones of actuality and the bases for how we perceive the world around us. It determines the often cold, harsh realities that sometime the bliss of ignorance hides. In pieces of work studied so far in this year, truth is a theme that is used to project these realities, creating a valid interpretation of the atmosphere in which the event takes place.

Mankind has always sought the truth. It helps us establish our place in time and in the world. Truth is the goal of scientists, philosophers and writers. When we find truth, we find reality and we find a certain contentment. In Ode on a Grecian urn, there is no contentment and what is sought after is never attained...

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