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The Masks of Keats
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the deconstructive approach, which must treat all texts as equal and must entirely forgo the conception of quality.
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English Studies McFarland refreshingly refuses to overpraise the great mass of downright bad poetry of which Keats was guilty, in order to see his achievements more clearly
Seamus Perry The book is tough-mindedly lucid; it has a firm sense of its overall purpose and a strong conviction about its judgements, and quite right too; yet it still allows some nice local displays of flamboyance ... McFarland is very eloquent on the dreadful, and dreadfully self-aware, brevity of Keats's life
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Thomas McFarland is Murray Professor of English Literature Emeritus at Princeton University.
Key to Brief Titles Cited; 1. The Two Masks; 2. The Mask of Camelot; 3. Life Mask and Death Mask; 4. Aspects of the Mask of Hellas; 5. The Too-Muchness of Keats: The Narrative Line; 6. The Churning of Genius; 7. The Great Achievement; Index