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Essay | John Keats Letter to Fanny Brawne

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of John Keats Letter to Fanny Brawne.
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John Keats Letter to Fanny Brawne

Summary: Provides a detailed analysis of John Keats' letter to his lover Fanny Brawne. Examines Keats' tone and his romantic, exaggerated style and use of emotive language. Discusses the effectiveness of the letter.
In his letter to Fanny Brawne, John Keats is exhorting her to understand how great his passion is for her, to accept his opinions of her loveliness and to realise what lengths he would go to prove his love for her. Keats is at the courtship stage of his relationship with Fanny and is trying to impress and flatter her with the strengths of his feelings. Keats achieves his purpose through his serious and melodramatic tone, his romantic, exaggerated style and his emotive use of language.

Keats begins his letter using a practical, conservative and apologetic tone in attempt to make amends for having neglected Fanny by not writing to her when she requested. For example " I hope you did not blame me much for not obeying your request of a Letter on Saturday : we have had four in our small room playing cards...

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This section contains 1,078 words
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