Keats' Poems and Letters

What personal though does the speaker express in lines 1-4 of the lyric poem ''Ode on Solitude''?

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"how happy he, who free from care, the rage of courts, and noise of towns".

In these lines the speaker is talking about the happiness of a person unencumbered by court activites and society. He seems to envy the freedom of those who live free from societal expectations.