Discuss Keats tragic vision as reflected in his great odes?
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Tragedy is an interesting way of telling a story. In a poem, there is a different vehicle but the story can still be tragic. A few of Keats's odes, such as "Nightingale" and "Grecian Urn" seem to bring some tragedy to the poem. Any time there is sadness, there is room for tragedy.
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