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Nancy Gish wrote:
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> What suggests it is an argument at all?  It does not set itself up to be
> logical or not circular.

(Warning: I'm stretching _way back_ on my memory here.)

The critics have certainly argued about, as have the textual scholars.
Who speaks the line, Keats or the Urn? If the Urn, is not its truth
quite literally its beauty. I think Cleanth Brooks has a long essay on
it. The textual scholars enter in because of dispute over presence or
absence of quote marks.

Carrol