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Roe sees this view as central to Keats's vision of history, and yet his book does not shut its ears to what, glossing the end of 'Ode to a Nightingale', it calls 'the undeceiving music of post-revolutionary consciousness' (p.
It was as if in telling him the truth I had told him a lie, or at any rate not the whole truth; and as if my motive had not, after all, been wholly that of undeceiving him: as if there had entered into it, somehow or other, just that element of withdrawal, of denial, of which his wary half-smile and his closing words seemed to convict me.