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The Pursuit of Beauty and Truth


龙源期刊网 http://www.qikan.com.cn 作者:陆明雪 来源:《首都教育学报》2013 年第 11 期 Abstract: John Keats is a great romantic poet in England in the 19th century. He expresses the acuteness of his senses. Sight, sound, scent, taste and feeling are all taken in to give an entire understanding of experience. Keats delights to dwell on beautiful words and phrases, which sound musical. With vivid and rich images, he paints poetry, characterized by exact and closely knit construction, sensual descriptions and by physical beauty of the world. In this thesis, I pay attention on one of his most famous odes, namely, Ode on a Grecian Urn . In this ode, Keats gave his commentary on a Greek vase, which, as a relic of ancient culture, caught his imagination and at the end of the poem, the poet emphasized the relationship between beauty and truth, declaring his worship of beauty, especially in the field of art. Key Words: Keats; Ode on a Grecian Urn; beauty; truth Introduction Beauty, perhaps, is the only thing that can not be lost, and numerous poets. In Ode on a Grecian Urn, Keats gave his commentary on a Greek vase, which, as a relic of ancient culture, caught his imagination and at the end of the poem, the poet emphasized the relationship between beauty and truth, declaring his worship of beauty, especially in the field of art. An old vase buried underground for thousands of years becomes the most beautiful bride in Keats' eyes. Moreover, the stories described by the urn is far more sweetly than our rhyme,

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