Way up there
"Why did I laugh tonight?"
Compelling evidence of the centrality of prosopopoeia to the reception of the lyric.
= They read with expression, conveying thoughts and feelings plausibly associated with the words of the poems.
If you liked the movie "Bright Star," you'll like this.
The change of voice -- and reader?--in order to render "Ode on Melancholy" properly. Its language is very artificial and this was done histrionically and well.
Sir Ralph Richardson' s reading aloud of Keats poems is fascinatingly different but also very pleasing.
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