Antigone Supplement and Lesson: JOHN KEATS’ GREEK ODES


This supplement and lesson (with two 15-question worksheets) helps students explore and interpret the themes and figurative language in Keats’s two great Greek odes, Ode on a Grecian Urn and Ode to Psyche, in the context of Ancient Greek culture. Students also compare the poems to other art works in visual and musical media, thus providing a multimodal lesson that links poetry, music, visual art and history.



This Antigone Supplement is designed for students to use online.

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