This article presents a study of "The Cap and Bells", one of the less commented poems of Keats, and proposes a reading of the work as a parody of the various kinds of travel: on foot, in a coach, in the air, for religious purposes, as also of different typologies of travellers: the radical, the philosophical or scientific and the artistic traveller.
|Title of host publication||English Travellers and Travelling|
|Number of pages||31|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
- "The Cap and Bells"
- Travel literature