Where in Lamia Dryden was foremost among Keats’s poetic models, in Hyperion. A Fragment he came under the hypnotic spell of one of Dryden’s contemporaries, the great poet and republican John Milton (1608–74). But it was a spell which brought uneven blessings.
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