He played Prof. alastor “Mad-Eye” Moody in three of the films.
The sense of life and the sense of mystery are seen in alastor and these are due to the influence of Wordsworth.
alastor: Ay, ay, but he has a long time been talking to the deaf.
Mr Andrew Bradley thinks he sees evidence that alastor influenced him strongly.
I believe it is nearly as beautiful as the cavern in Shelley's 'alastor.'
The whole poem of 'alastor' was to be foreseen in that fainting.
It is certain that Keats read and was impressed by alastor: doubtless he also read the Hymn.
The poem would thus have borne a certain relation to alastor, and also to Epipsychidion.
There is a quotation, or rather a misquotation, from it in the Preface to alastor.
alastor, which appeared in 1816, attracted comparatively little attention.
in Greek tradition, son of Neleus, brother of Nestor, slain by Herakles. The name is perhaps literally "not to forget," from privative prefix a- "not" + root of lathein "to forget" (see Lethe), hence its use figuratively in sense of "an avenging spirit." Or else it might be connected with alaomai "to wander, roam," figuratively "to be distraught."