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by Henry Clement Notcutt.
Author Notcutt, Henry Clement, 1865-. Categories: Nonfiction. 10/10 3. Books by Notcutt, Henry Clement, 1865-: An Interpretation of Keats's Endymion.
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Endymion is a poem by John Keats first published in 1818. Book III reveals Endymion's enduring love, and he begs the Moon not to torment him any longer. An Interpretation of Keat's Endymion, by H. Clement Notcutt. Book IV, "And so he groan'd, as one by beauty slain. Brand New Book Print on Demand
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