A Physiological Deconstruction Of The Eve of St Agnes John Keats
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Is there an alternative context for framing John Keats The Eve of St Agnes?
Studying human physiology uses a different linguistic register to look at literature and life, creating new insights and a different perspective.
How about using physiology to frame and deconstruct Madeline’s and Porphyro’s behaviours in Keats’s narrative poem, The Eve of Saint Agnes, for this literary classic?
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