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Deciphering the Romantic Poem "Ode to a Nightengale"

Summary: Essay gives a comprehensive analysis of John Keats' "Ode to a Nightengale."
Often times, when one is preoccupied with his or her problems, he makes an association between his situation and another object or being in order to better understand the problem. John Keats, Author of "Ode to a Nightingale" does just this. According to his friend Charles Brown, one day while drunken under a plum tree, Keats became inspired by a nightingale which roosted there. Keats was inspired to release his observations about turbulent his life through this poem (Lancashire). "Ode to a Nightingale," serves as a first person reflection of Keats' negative outlook on life. Seeing that his sever depression is pretty much unavoidable, the only way Keats can mentally escape his pessimistic reality is through an imaginary dialogue with a nightingale.

Too melancholy to properly deal with life, Keats uses poetry as a means to escape his more or...

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