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    John Donne: An Influential English Poet

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    John Donne, one of the greatest English poets and preachers of the 1600’s, greatly impacted the writing field through his works. In the first half of 1572 (actual date is unknown) he was born in London to John Donne, a merchant, and Elizabeth Heywood Donne, the daughter of the poet and playwright John Heywood. His father died when Donne was about four years old. His younger brother, Henry, also died in John Donne’s early life. John Donne was raised in a Catholic family. Both of his parents were

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    Browning's Love Among the Ruins

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    in the poem that the weight of a rich poetic tradition has collapsed for the post-Romantic generations, and the unfulfilled attainment of the Sublime has left such a desire, or even simply the notion of it, flattened, slowly decaying, covered in English moss and lichen. The pasturage is an archaeological blank stretching “miles and miles” as deepening twilight “smiles;” its sheep “tinkle homeward.” This tinkling is of the Romantic’s conception of non-compositional, acoustic Nature as opposed to

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    the different voices for women in English Renaissance poetry. The notion of gender relates to the fixed gender roles of that period. This assignment mainly deals with the issue of how gender roles are different among male and female poets. In addition, to narrow the research only four Elizabethan poets, who were specialised in religious poetry. Poets such as John Donne, George Herbert, Mary Sidney Herbert and Aemelia Lanyer. The reason for choosing these poets is because their work sometimes portrays

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    Lady Mary Wroth as Proto-Feminist

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    Lady Mary Wroth as Proto-Feminist Lady Mary Wroth is one of very few canonized woman poets in the 17th century canon (Strickland lect. Oct 11 94.). This fact alone lends a type of importance to Wroth that sets her off from her male contemporaries. Wroth wrote poems at about the same time that Robert Herrick, John Donne, Andrew Marvell, and Sir Philip Sidney (to name a few) wrote their courtly lyrics. Wroth wasn't the only woman writer from the time, instead, she was simply one of very few that

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    Marissa Moore

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    a young age until his death. His father, at first, did not support his poetry. He wrote no matter what but rarely received great reviews. It was not until the death of his best friend did his greater works occur. His works even won him the title of Poet Laureate, succeeding William Wordsworth. Tennyson was an active writer in his early years and his later years and his poetry shows his feelings of the world around him. Alfred, Lord Tennyson was born in 1809 in Somersby, Lincolnshire (“British Literature”)

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    Death, Why Do They Write Thee

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    20 Mar. 2012. . Strocchia, Sharon T. "The Nun Apothecaries Of Renaissance Florence: Marketing Medicines In The Convent." Renaissance Studies 25.5 (2011): 627-647. Academic Search Premier. Web. 21 Mar. 2012. Thomas, Christina. "Jonathan Keats." English IV. Wheelersburg High School, Wheelersburg. Winter 2012. Lecture.

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    Samuel Taylor Coleridge: English Poet

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    literature in many ways from Shakespeare to Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Coleridge was a groundbreaking poet whose idea of poetry remains the standard by which others in English are tried. He was notably responsible for new German demanding philosophy. His talks about imagination remain the component of institutional criticism. All the while his infrequent notations on language helped develop Cambridge English in the 1920s. He is described as a literary critic, psychologist of the imagination, a crucial theologian

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    The Vicissitudes Of Romance and Love

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    Search. Web. 15 Dec. 2013 Pinch, Adela. “Rhymes end.” Victorian Studies 53.3(2011):485+. Academic OneFile. Web. 12 Jan. 2014 Cheetham, Paul. “Porphyria’s Lover: Paul Cheetham explores the psychological dimensions of Browning’s Dramatic monologue.” The English Review 20.4 (2010): 21+. Gale Power Search. Web. 15 Dec. 2013 Ross, Catherine. “Browning’s Porphyria's Lover.” The Explicator 60.2 (2002): 68+. Academic OneFile. Web. 12 Jan. 2014

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    Poetry can be expressed as an overflow of emotion to which there is no other form to express this than through writing. What we think and feel can be conveyed on paper. It examines parts of life and things we cannot explain. Looking at the writers of the 20th Century in Europe, we see a focus on war, God, and the meaning of things. In the poem Pied Beauty, by Gerard Manley Hopkins, he looks at the beauty supplied by God. He outlines the poem by looking at “ … dappled things…”. He then continues to

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    The Four Periods of Literature

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    pleasures prove That valleys, groves, hills and fields, Woods, or steepy mountain yields." (Marlowe 1-4). This time of literature saw poets and writers becoming very aware of the natural beauty surrounding them. Marlowe became known as a ladies man and would often be found drinking. Even the more uncultured writers became able to put on paper the beauty of the world. Another poet and explorer at the time by the name of Sir Walter Raleigh penned a reply to Marlowe titled "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd"

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