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Two Kinds of Truth
The Prefigurative Theme in Endymion Books III
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A. C. Bradley Adam's dream Adonis aesthetic allegorical Amy Lowell Bailey beauty-truth bliss Book confesses Cynthia death earth earthly ecstasy elysian elysium empyreal reflection Endymion Ernest de Selincourt essay essence essential beauty eternal ethereal faery faith Fall of Hyperion fancy Fanny Brawne favorite speculation feel finer tone fragile bar Glaucus H. W. Garrod happiness heart heart's affections heaven hope human Hunt's Hyperion illusion images imagination immortality of passion Indian girl Indian maid John Keats Keats's Lamia Letter 31 Letter 48 love-dream lovers Lycius M. B. Forman Madeline Milton mortal neo-Platonic never nightingale Oceanus Paradise Lost passage Peona perhaps phrase pleasure thermometer poem poet poet's poetic poetry Porphyro prefigurative dream prefigurative vision prose rapture reader realm seems sensations sense sensuous Sentence shepherds sleep song sonnet sorrow soul spiritual stanza star thee theme things thou thought tion transcendental usage of truth veracity verse words young minded youth