John Keats was a pure poet. He has done poetry for the sake of poetry. He was not a reformer; therefore, the influence of his poetry on the minds of […]
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Keats poetry has no social, political or moral perspective but it makes contrast between lots of different things. For instance, mortality is compared with immortality by the poet in almost […]
Symbolism has great importance in literature. A word may not be as simple as it seems. It may have more than one meaning or may be the writer has not […]
In order to writer an epic poem, great themes are required. John Keats has written “Hyperion” while keeping in mind various subjects. He has chosen such themes which are necessary […]
Hyperion; one of the greatest poems in the history of English literature, appreciated by poets, critics and writers; it is still being studied by students of literature but ironically, it […]
Numbers of poets have tried to write an epic poem in English language. In fact, many epic poems were written by great writers; some of them were successful, whereas some […]
It has been proved in “Ode on Grecian Urn” that analysis of life makes one’s mind critical and tortures it whereas art bestows it peace.
Life is critical but song of nightingale is not and “Ode to Nightingale” is its appreciation. It has variety of passionate expressions. Immortal Bird…
John Keats is called the most romantic poet of his era because he is the most escapist of them all. It is the important ingredients of romantic poetry.
Among other ingredients of romantic poetry, love for nature is also its significant element. Every romantic poet finds pleasure in discussing nature. William Wordsworth found God in nature and asserted […]
John Keats is called poet of beauty. He also takes interest in Greeks art in order to pursues beauty which is also called John Keats’ Hellenism.
John Keats’ love for past, quest for beauty, escapism and imaginative realism are fine examples that he is first in the list of romantic poet…