Autumn essays

In his 1999 study of the effect on British literature of the diseases and climates of the colonies, Alan Bewell read "the landscape of 'To Autumn ' " as "a kind of biomedical allegory of the coming into being of English climatic space out of its dangerous geographical alternatives." [31] Britain's colonial reach over the previous century and a half had exposed the mother country to foreign diseases and awareness of the dangers of extreme tropical climates. Keats, with medical training, [32] having suffered chronic illness himself, [33] and influenced like his contemporaries by "colonial medical discourse", [34] was deeply aware of this threat.

Autumn essays

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