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    Any ideas on how to answer this essay question 'To what extent do dreams set the scene for tragedy in Keats poems' thank you so much if you do help
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    (Original post by lilylf)
    Any ideas on how to answer this essay question 'To what extent do dreams set the scene for tragedy in Keats poems' thank you so much if you do help
    Are there any specific poems you've studied or have in mind?
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    Are there any specific poems you've studied or have in mind?
    I have studied la belle dame, pot of basil, eve of St Agnes and lamia
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    (Original post by lilylf)
    I have studied la belle dame, pot of basil, eve of St Agnes and lamia
    I've not studied any of them, but what do you think each one is trying to tell you about 1) dreams and 2) tragedy? Start with looking at the themes in each poem, before even trying to find language techniques
 
 
 
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