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When I Have Fears that I May Cease to Be, John Keats

What is the occasion of this poem as is communicated in the poem’s first couple of lines?


The speaker confronts his mortality and obstinately resists it.


The speaker is afraid he will die before he has satisfied his artistic potential.


The speaker contemplates the meaning of his life as a writer.


The poet meta fictively confronts the meaning of the poem.


The poet compares the works of a writer with the holdings of a rich field of grain.

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