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Keats and romantic celticism.
The faeries, demons Demons
See also devil; evil; ghosts; hell; spirits and spiritualism.
one who denies the existence of the devil or demons.
recognition of the existence of demons and goblins. , and spirits of Celtic provenance prov·e·nance
1. Place of origin; derivation.
2. Proof of authenticity or of past ownership. Used of art works and antiques. that wend Wend
Any member of a group of Slavic tribes that by the 5th century AD had settled in the area between the Oder and Elbe rivers in what is now eastern Germany. They occupied the eastern borders of the domain of the Franks and other Germanic peoples. through the work of British poet John Keats (1795-1821), were not born of the usual literary sources such as Spenser, Shakespeare, and Milton, says Gallant (English literature English literature, literature written in English since c.1450 by the inhabitants of the British Isles; it was during the 15th cent. that the English language acquired much of its modern form. , Georgia State U.) but from an earlier and more primitive lore. She finds their presence to be accompanied by the centuries-old feeling of dread at the menace mixed with fascination by their timeless allure.
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