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    John Keats

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    English Literature Biographical Speech Keats, John (1795-1821) English poet, one of the most gifted and appealing of the 19th century and a seminal figure of the romantic movement. Keats was born in London, October 31, 1795,and was the eldest of four children. His father was a livery-stable owner, however he was killed in a riding accident when Keats was only nine and his mother died six years later of tuberculosis. Keats was educated at the Clarke School, in Enfield, and at the age of 15 was

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    John Keats

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    John Keats was one of the greatest poets of the Romantic Era. He wrote poetry of great sensual beauty and had a unique passion for details. In his lifetime he was not recognized with the senior poets. He didn’t receive the respect he deserved. He didn’t fit into the respected group because of his age, nor in the younger group because he was neither a lord nor in the upper class. He was in the middle class and at that time people were treated differently because of their social status

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    Analysis Of John Keats

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    John Keats even wrote up to the night before he died. As mentioned before, his poem In Seeing Elgin Marbles, Keats compares his current situation in knowing he has much work left to write but not enough time to write it. Similarly, in his poem When I Have Fears That I May Cease to Be, John Keats opens by saying he fears running out of time to write something worth remembering. Denis Donoghue comments

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    John Keats Speech

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    John Keats Speech The writer I have chosen to speak about is the romanticist John Keats. I chose this particular poet as I believe his ideas are the best expressed of the composers we have studied. I have looked at "Ode on a Grecian Urn," "Ode on Melancholy" and "Ode to Autumn" and I think some important comparisons can be drawn from them. Each poem has been chosen because I think that the ideas conveyed in them are among the more significant in Keats's works. "Ode on a Grecian Urn" discuses

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    Essay On John Keats

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    John Keats John Keats was an English Romantic poet who lived from 1795 to 1821. Despite his short life the brevity and intensity of his career are unrivaled in English poetry (Holt, 1996, pg 556). Even today people continue to estimate his potential if he had reached artistic maturity, since he achieved so greatly at a young age. The purpose of this paper is to explore the themes, meaning, and inspirations behind one of his most famous poems “The Eve of St. Agnes”. This paper will have one section

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    To Autumn by John Keats

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    To Autumn by John Keats “To Autumn” is one of the most famous, and perfect odes written by John Keats, and any modern writer. It is quite fitting that his greatest piece was the last one that he ever wrote before he met with his unfortunate end. However, this ode has some significant differences to the other odes that he has written. Firstly, there is no flight from reality, or deviation into imagination or dream, in fact there is no narrative voice at all. Secondly, it has an unprecedented

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    emotions using the gift of the nature that surrounds us. John Keats’s odes are especially known for romanticism specifically his most famous ode, Ode to a Nightingale. In this poem Keats reveals how miserable he is with his life and uses his mind to breakaway to a perfect place. When his plan turns out to be disheartening he comes back to the real world with an altered outlook on life. At the start of this poem, the narrator, or John Keats, is listening to the nightingale sing. As he listens, he

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    To Autumn, by John Keats

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    The poem “To Autumn” by John Keats was written with a sense of him describing his girl as a person, of whom he loved very dearly. This was the last great ode he was able to write before he died (Prince). This poem was written on crisp, fall day in September (Flesch). After Keats had composed this poem, he wrote a letter to his friend calling his work a genesis (Flesch). Even though this poem was written for Keats lover, it also described how as the seasons are changed to fall, summer still has a

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    Summary Of John Keats

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    poems that embodied wonderful emotion and passion. This era was mainly known as the romantic era, which was made up of many talented poets such as William Blake, Samuel Taylor, Lord Byron, John Keats and many more. This paper will discuss and analyze the the work of the one and only John Keats. John Keats born in London began his career in the medical field working as an apprentice surgeon. After conducting his first surgery, he was no longer able to perform them because his first experience was

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    John Keats Romanticism

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    John Keats Romantic poetry is often regarded as the largest artistic movement of the 18th century. Its presence could be felt across the globe and in most artistic disciplines of its time. The birth of romanticism can be seen as a reaction against the political events, neoclassicism, or anything else considered "orderly" of that time. Romantic poetry opposes rationality. Romantic poetry largely uses nature is to express individuality on an emotional level. One poet from the Romantic Movement is

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