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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)?

A

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

B

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

C

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

D

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

E

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

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