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"So it would seem that, after Keats's death, the Stansted chapel gradually came to look more like his description of it than it did when he actually saw it. Of course a poet needs only a spark of fact to light a trail of imagery. It is not surprising that he could make so much of so little. What is perhaps surprising is that three-dimensional reality, architecture, glass, and decoration should have imitated his vision to the point where his description assumes something of the quality of prediction." Rosemary Hill • Essays in Criticism


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