what is keats view of point in "the fall of hyperion"?
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I am not sure if you are referring to Keats's attitude or his narrator. The poem is about the importance of poetry as a form of consciousness. Clearly Keats believed that poems were important. They are a way to transmit dreams and history from one to another.
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