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February 12, 2007

Austin: A good balance of form and backgrounf

"keats's imagination imposes the limitations (fron the standpoint of most readers) of immobility on eternal life, for if he can imagine the figures alive, he can also imagine them as mobile (53)."

Austin presents his interpretation of Keats work in a no-frills, easy-to-follow sequence. He starts off with the interpretations of others to set a standard for his own. He outlines them for us in 6 parts and then argues which are valid and which aren't by using the work itself. He speaks in plain English and seems to actually enjoy the poem. Of all the applications we've read thus far, I found this one to be the most demonstrative of the kind of papers we should write.

Posted by ErinWaite at February 12, 2007 8:51 PM

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