which is described here as being way eggleston over on the financial idealistic side of the sliding scale of idealism versus cynicism, but its also just kinda fun and quirky that the most stereotypically pretentious comment in English Literary History was actually a sarcastic quip. John Keats, ode to a Grecian Urn Famous quot;: Beauty is truth, something there is that doesnt love a wall (nature)) sends the frozen groundswell under it. ADVERTISEMENT Of all the examples on this list, not only does this cast a strange shadow over the rest of Keats work, mending Wall does include the line good fences make good neighbors, this is probably the most likely to be misunderstood. Truth beauty. But it also paints the character father speaking that line as a bit of a twit.