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

What is being said about “Love” and “Fame” in the poem as a whole (line 14)?


The poet longs for this poem to be the vehicle that brings him the love and fame he craves.


The poet relies on love and fame to bring him happiness while he is still alive.


From a moral standpoint, desires for love and fame are not what should motivate one’s life.


Love and fame will disappoint their pursuer, because they are unattainable.


Love and fame are both pleasures the speaker will never get to enjoy.

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