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"The poet most likely to practice and evoke ethical imagination is not 'poetical,' in the sense of flamboyant or opinionated. Thinking of Shakespeare, Keats, who was Shelley's contemporary, claimed that the most powerful versifier 'has no identity' at all, for 'he is continually . . . filling some other body.' Eric G Wilson • Chronicle of Higher Education

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