Stanley Plumly is one of the most influential Man of Letters of our time, having been awarded fellowships from the Guggenheim and Rockefeller Fdns as well as from the NEA and other organizations. The interview focuses on his lifelong engagement with the Romantic poets, especially Keats, and with his lifelong aesthetic regarding the relationship of the individual to the archetypal. Much of his work is autobiographical but it simultaneously contains archetypal resonance. He has published two books on John Keats and his circle, the latter centering on Keats's artists and fellow poets.
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