Through this states how he views Romanticism and what attracts him to the movement. Throughout his life and for many years to come, Baudelaire had a significant inf... ... middle of paper ... ... himself and write about anything they want without following the rules of tradition. Baudelaire does this in many of his poems and influences many of his contemporaries to break tradition and write about what they want. Baudelaire was not only a great influence on various literary movements but he was an innovator in his way of observing and describing the world as well as in his style of writing. He is one of the best French poets of the 19th century.
Robert Browning established some great works in the 18th century his poems had dramatic verses and a dramatic style. Browning took off very slowly but when he did he became very noticed in the English society and his hard work eventually took off and got noticed also. Browning symbolizes the dramatic monologue like for example, in his poem ‘’my last duchess’’ he gave out conclusions through his characters actions. Browning was influenced by many other poets and events that took place in the 18th century. To begin, my author is named Robert browning and he was born on May 7th, 1812 in Camberwell, England.
He executed numerous engravings for books by others as well as watercolours and other kinds of paintings. Blake gave only ... ... middle of paper ... ...as not well known in his lifetime, but his influence is apparent in the work of several painters who knew him when he was an old man, particularly Samuel Palmer. He also influenced the Pre-Raphaelite painters of the 19th century, and his first editor was W. B. Yeats, who knew much of his poetry by heart. James Joyce, D. H. Lawrence, and Joyce Cary, among others, found inspiration in his writings, and he has had considerable influence on modern literary criticism through the work of Northrop Frye. Today Blake is one of the most frequently discussed poets.
Wordsworth's most famous work, The Prelude (1850), is considered by many to be his crowning achievement of all of his work contributions to English Romanticism. The poem chronicles the spiritual life of the poet and marks the birth of a new genre of poetry. This piece of work amusingly sums up the life of this great writer and how his heart lives through our generation every time we read one of his amazing pieces of work. With his use of nature, emotions, personal experience, and pure writing, he was able to develop writing works that were full of true prominence to literature back then and even till this present day.
Percy Shelley and John Keats. Lord Byron was a satirist and was able to use poetry and his personality to capture the imagination of Europe (Sherwood). Some of his most famous work includes “Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage” (1812-18) and “Don Juan” (1819-24) (Poetry Foundation). After a successful life writing literature a... ... middle of paper ... ...ion, n.d. Sun 23 Mar. 2014 Priestman, Martin.
Renaissance poets were especially fond of articulating their love through writing, primarily poetry. After reading through all of the poems from the section “Renaissance Love and Desire,” George Gascoigne’s “And if I did, what then?” stuck out to me the most for several reasons. As I read this poem multiple times, I first seemed to notice that it consisted of a rhyme scheme of ABABCDCDEFEFGHGHIJIJKHKH. Although this was one of the first aspects I seemed to recognize in the poem, it is not the main reasoning that this poem stood out to me, but it was the distinctiveness in the poem’s message and meaning that made this poem extremely noticeable for me. Gascoigne makes readers realize that not all love has a happy ending and that not all love is pure and faithful, which also brings out this poems distinctiveness.
Therefore, one of the great painters of the Romantic Era, William Blake, inspired many of the great poets with his unique water color paintings, such as Paradise Lost by John Milton. Visions of gods and angels were seen in his paintings that are still famous and precious to this day. The Romantic Era brought the time of William Blake, when his talent of artistry emerged with many unusual Renaissance of talents.William Blake was on 28 November, 1757 in London, Europe. He was an extraordinary child out of rest of his six siblings, in which two of them died in his early childhood. Starting from his early childhood, William Blake talked about having strange visions such as at the age of four he saw god putting his head to the window and around the age of nine, when he was walking through the landscape area; he saw a huge tree that Mohammad 2 was filled with angels.
William Butler Yeats especially was inspired by his philosophical and poetic ideas and even edited an edition of Blake’s collected works (“Blake and Shelley”). Bob Dylan Alasdair Gray, Jim Morrison, and Allen Ginsberg also have hints of Blake’s poetry (“William Blake in Doors”). More recently his poems have modified by U2, Jah Wobble, Tangerine Dream, Bruce Dickinson, M. Ward and Ulver (Maher 4) . His poems have been inspiration for characters of a number of writers of the twentieth century. Blake has been the muse for comic book writers Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, R. Crumb, and J. M. DeMatteis (Whitson 1).
Alexander Pope was one of the greatest poets of enlightment during the Augustan period and one of the major influences on English literature (Alexander Pope Biography, 2011). He was an English essayist, critic, and satirist best known for his work and heroic couplet poems (Liukkonen, 2008). Alexander Pope wrote more proverbial lines than any other poet other than Shakespeare (Macy, 1961). Pope had a lot of passion for what he did and he wanted his readers to view poetry how he viewed it. Not to reduce from the strength of thought but to increase the happiness of the language (Bloom, 2005).
A poet named Elizabeth Barrett read and admired his poetry, even going so far as to link him to Alfred Tennyson and William Wordsworth as one of the great poets of his age. He continued to write poetry but not as much as he was busy making arrangements for his frail wife who fell ill and later died in 1849, 3 years after the married. Robert took in account his so... ... middle of paper ... ...ders in the Victorian times. He self-educated himself and uses his education to use when he writes his poems. “Porphyria’s Lover” is an example of the Themes madness, love and violence in which the Victorians loved and proclaimed him as one of England’s greatest poets.