Pour une caméoléopoétique: Keats et Hazlitt

Abstract : This essay analyses Keats' famous definition the poet as a "chameleon"; it explores Keats' debt to William Hazlitt, his self-positioning relative to Wordsworth; Keats' interest in chemistry relative to the figure of the chameleon; and how cameleopoesis operates, literally and literarily, in Keats' epistolary and poetic writing.
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Thomas Dutoit. Pour une caméoléopoétique: Keats et Hazlitt. Presses Universitaires de Clermont Ferrand; Centre de Recherches sur les Littératures Modernes et Contemporaines. Poétiques de l'indéterminé: le caméléon au propre et au figuré , pp.89-106, 1999. ⟨hal-01588688⟩

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