Explanatory Answer

C is a general statement. It is the first I the sequence. C and B are both talking about John Keats and his inclination for fighting and aggressiveness.

B also talks about Keats’ inclination towards poetry.  The words “comic” and “humor” indicate that B and D are consecutives. . B ends on “….comic and burlesque treats” and D talks about “humor, make-believe, or whimsy”, therefore D follows B.

A is a conclusion. Therefore is the last in the sequence.

Hence, the sequence is CBDA.

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