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Score: The form of this sonnet about Keats's fears is _____. Petrarchan Shakespearean Spenserian
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User: Score: The form of this sonnet about Keats's fears is _____. Petrarchan Shakespearean Spenserian

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User: Keats's attitude toward death in the last three lines is one of _____. bitter resentment quiet acceptance total indifference

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Keats's attitude toward death in the last three lines is one of quiet acceptance.
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