Many of the notions still prevalent today about the poet as rebel, martyr,
and impractical dreamer are based on the ideas (or misconceptions of the
ideas) of Shelly. Substitute Keats' negative capability for the
Wordsworthian "I" and the rhapsodical sensuousness of his language, add
rakishness, flamboyance, and the trio of younger Romantics is complete.
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