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Title: ode to a nightingale

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Subject: English
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Date: July 6, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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The nightingale is completely free for he does not know about death. Keats becomes tormented by the innocence and freedom of the bird, as all of Keats' uncertainties regarding life and death overwhelm him: "Where but to think is to be full of sorrow" (3.27). Living his life brings a constant reminder of his pain, driving Keats to change his opinion of life and death...

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Living his life brings a constant reminder of his pain, driving Keats to change his opinion of life and death. In the sixth stanza, Keats reveals his desire to die: "Now more than ever seems it rich to die, to cease upon the midnight with no pain" (6.55). His pain is so overwhelming that even death would be a better option than living with the pain...

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