Read it out loud

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Keats used some very beautiful metaphors in this poem.  Of course it is always a bit frustrating to pause and read the footnotes, but after I had read it the first time, I read it out loud.  I don't do this very often because it's not too often that I find myself alone and comfortable enough to relish in the language without feeling strange by reading it out loud.  I felt like I was able to fully appreciate the rhythm (and I'm still trying to fully understand how to write in iambic pentameter for Brit Lit, so that helped too). 

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Dianna Griffin said:

This was really helpful for Brit Lit. I did not, however, read it out loud but I might...when no one is listening :).

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