Paradise Lost

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[Marginalia in Keats"s annotated copy of ""Paradise Lost"" in Book 1, lines 318-21]: Keats underlines the line "To slumber here, as in the vales of Heaven?" and writes: "There is a cool pleasure in the very sound of vale. The english word is of the happiest chance. Milton has put vales in heaven and hell with the very utter affection and yearning of a great Poet. It is a sort of delphic Abstraction - a beautiful thing made more beautiful by being reflected and put in a Mist. The next mention of Vale is one of the most pathetic in the whole range of Poetry. ""Others, more mild, / Retreated in a silent Valley etc"". How much of the charm is in the Valley!"

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Paradise Lost

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