"Ode on a Grecian Urn" Analysis

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The first stanza depicts the urn as an "unravish'd bride" and a "foster child" (1-2). These words describe the urn as unaffected by time and immortal. Keats also seems unable to distinguish between mortal and immortal, like the urn compared to real time, "Of deities or mortals, or of both?" (6)...
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The first stanza depicts the urn as an "unravish'd bride" and a "foster child" (1-2). These words describe the urn as unaffected by time and immortal. Keats also seems unable to distinguish between mortal and immortal, like the urn compared to real time, "Of deities or mortals, or of both?" (6)...
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