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Day 1. For John Keats, using the senses to fully appreciate beauty lead to an understanding of ultimate truth. The line “Beauty is truth, truth is beauty” sums up this understanding at the end of “Ode On a Grecian urn.”. Correction of misplaced modifier. Elimination of split infinitive.

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Day 1

Day 1

For John Keats, using the senses to fully appreciate beauty lead to an understanding of ultimate truth.

The line “Beauty is truth, truth is beauty” sums up this understanding at

the end of “Ode On a Grecian urn.”

Correction of misplaced modifier

Elimination of split infinitive

Subject and verb agreement

Capitalization of important words in a title


Day 1

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For John Keats, using the senses to appreciate beauty fullyleads to an understanding of ultimate truth.

Elimination of split infinitive

Subject and verb agreement

The line “Beauty is truth, truth is beauty” at the end of“Ode on a Grecian Urn” sums up this understanding.

Capitalization of important words in a title

Correction of misplaced modifier


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John Keats took intense delight in objects around him, contemplating

it so close that he would seem to lose his own identity.

Although Keats is considered a poet of sensuous beauty, it was the truth behind his sensations that mattered most to him.

Use of adverb to modify a verb

Pronoun agreement with antecedent

Revision of wordy sentence


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John Keats took intense delight in objects around him, contemplating

them so closely that he would seem to lose his own identity.

Pronoun agreement with antecedent

Use of adverb to modify a verb

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it was

Although Keats is considered a poet of sensuous beauty, the truth

that

behind his sensations mattered most to him.

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Revision of wordy sentence


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“On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer” expresses Keats’ strong feeling of ecstacy upon reading Homer’s poetry.

“Ode on a Grecian Urn” reveals a Keats haunted by the inevitable passing

of beauty. So does “To Autumn.”

Possessive form of name ending in -s

Correction of commonly misspelled word

Combining sentences

Elimination of redundancy


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strong feeling of

“On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer” expresses Keats’secstasy upon reading Homer’s poetry.

Elimination of redundancy

Possessive form of name ending in s

Correction of commonly misspelled word

“Ode on a Grecian Urn” and "To Autumn" reveal a Keats haunted by the inevitable passing of beauty.

Combining sentences


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Day 4

In “Ode to a Nightingale,” a bird’s sweet song literally calls the speaker away from the cares of human life and into the essence of natural beauty.

Is the speaker’s senses a bridge between the sad world he inhabits and the eternal world he imagines.

Subject and verb agreement

Use of end punctuation: question mark

Elimination of commonly misused word


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literally

In “Ode to a Nightingale,” a bird’s sweet song calls the speaker away from the cares of human life and into the essence of natural beauty.

Elimination of commonly misused word

Are the speaker’s senses a bridge between the sad world he inhabits and the eternal world he imagines?

Subject and verb agreement

Use of end punctuation: question mark


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In spite of poverty, illness, and being rejected by critics, Keats remained devoted to his poetry and constantly searching for truth in personal experience.

Tragically, Keats died at age twenty-five no name appears on his tombstone, only this epitaph, “Here lies one whose name was writ in water.”

Correction of run-on sentence

Use of colon to introduce material that clarifies a preceding statement

Elimination of faulty parallel structure


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In spite of poverty, illness, and rejection by critics, Keats remained devoted to his poetry and the constant search for truth in personal experience.

Elimination of faulty parallel structure

Tragically, Keats died at age twenty-five. No name appears on his tombstone, only this epitaph: “Here lies one whose name was writ in water.”

Use of colon to introduce material that clarifies a preceding statement

Correction of run-on sentence


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