Keats’ famous line(Beauty is Truth,Truth is Beauty) strikes one as a serious blemish on the beauty of the poem Ode to a Grecian Urn, according to T.S.Eliot. The reasons cited by Eliot for his objections to the line are Beauty is not necessarily Truth. What probably is meant is what the imagination seizes as Beauty must be the Truth. This is a matter of putative belief.
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