"The Bear", 293 (Event)

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Page Number: 
293
Order within Page: 
2
First 8-10 words of event: 
His father returned with the book and sat down
Page Event Ends: 
294
Era: 
Reconstruction (1866-1889)
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Narrative Status: 
Narrated
Date: 
Wednesday, April 5, 1882 to Sunday, April 30, 1882
Summary: 

The boy hunter's father reads Keats' "Ode on a Grecian Urn" to the boy, emphasizing the second stanza's lines "She cannot fade, though thou has not thy bliss, for ever wilt thou love, and she be fair" (294), in an attempt to get the boy to understand why he had not shot the bear.

Chronological Order: 
18.20
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Keywords: 
Hunting, Book, Poetry, Keats, Truth, Beauty, Allusion:Ode_on_a_Grecian_Urn, Romantic, Honor, Pride, Pity, Justice, Courage, Love, Change, Knowledge, Reading, Literature
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