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John Keats's Cold Eve of St. Agnes

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  1. The cold, more than just a dominant theme
  2. The contrast between the world of the Beadsman and the world of Madeline and Porphyro

"The Eve of St. Agnes" is a poem that begins and ends in the cold. The story that forms the bulk of the text, and its most memorable elements, includes more dramatic and traditional narrative forms: entrance, conflict, and exit. However, Keats does not choose to include these narrative elements in the first or last lines of the work. Instead, we begin with images of penance and the character of the Beadsman, and end with words that harken back to theses same images.

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