Please provide a prose paraphrase of lines 210-309 of Shelley's "The Triumph of Life" to expalin the lines in simple English.
This format does not accommodate a prose paraphrase of the entire selection from line 210 to 309, but I can render a portion of the selection into a prose paraphrase upon which you might draw to paraphrase the rest. I'll start at line 268 and end at 295:
"The jealous keys of truth's eternal doors
"If it be but a world of agony."--
"Eternal truths would have still been kept away as though locked by eternal doors if Bacon had...
(The entire section contains 235 words.)
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