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12th Class Chapter No 12 - A Thing of Beauty in English for CBSE NCERT

The poem "A Thing of Beauty " by John Keats is a revolution against the conventional reality. According to Keats, there is a difference between ordinary entity and an object of beauty. Although the effects of an ordinary object are momentary to our senses, they do not remain long in our minds and fade away with the time passes. But on the other hand, the effects of the things of beauty permanently charm to our senses, they do not fade with time and stays in our senses. No time and space can put an end to the effect of the beauty of objects. Keats defines the sun, the moon, the old trees, the daffodils, the clear streams and the forest which are rich with good-looking flowers-as the objects of beauty. This objects always appeals to our minds and nothing neither time nor space can make us unable to summon up them. The whole lot in this world has beauty and good looks lie in the eye of the beholder. We are the one who is not attentive and continuously running in our life. Only if we become more alert and enduring then we will be able to see beauty everywhere around us.
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