What is the meaning of the line " and such too is the grandeur of the dooms " in the poem a thing of beauty ?
The poet, John Keats, describes the beauty of death. He says that if all men and women on earth embrace death gracefully and magnificently then there is beauty in death. That is, a glorious death, regardless of whether as a martyr or as a common man, leaves an indelible imprint in history. The poet sees spiritual and intellectual beauty is grand and magnificent death.