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    Report Theme: John Keats’ life and creativity work Presented by Checked by Contents: I. Introduction II. 1. General Information 2. Biography 3. Work * Early Poems (1814 to 1818) * 1814 * 1815 * 1816 * 1818 * 1819 * Letters 4. Criticism 5. Poem desiccated to John Keats III. Conclusion IV. Bibliography Introduction This work has

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    B. What kind of education did this person receive? Early Life  John Keats was born on 31 October 1795 to Thomas and Frances Jennings Keats. Keats and his family seemed to have marked his birthday on 29 October‚ however baptism records give the birth date as the 31st. He was the eldest of four surviving children; George (1797–1841)‚ Thomas (1799–1818) and Frances Mary "Fanny" (1803–1889). Another son was lost in infancy. John was born in central London although there is no clear evidence of the

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    John Keats lived only twenty-five years and four months (1795-1821)‚ yet his poetic achievement is extraordinary. His writing career lasted a little more than five years (1814-1820)‚ and three of his great odes--"Ode to a Nightingale‚" "Ode on a Grecian Urn‚" and "Ode on Melancholy"--were written in one month. Most of his major poems were written between his twenty-third and twenty-fourth years‚ and all his poems were written by his twenty-fifth year. In this brief period‚ he produced poems that

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    John Keats The Eve of St Agnes Outline : 1- John Keats is an influential poet during the Romantic Era. 2- Keats managed to integrate thought‚ and the sequence of events. 3- The Eve of St Agnes is rich of description. 4- Keats focuses on the feeling of romantic. 5- Keats emphasized on the mystical idea of elves and fairies. Style and Imagery John Keats is an influential poet during the Romantic Era. He is known for his love of the country and sensuous descriptions

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    English Romantic poet John Keats was born on October 31‚ 1795‚ in London. The oldest of four children‚ he lost both his parents at a young age. His father‚ a livery-stable keeper‚ died when Keats was eight; his mother died of tuberculosis six years later. After his mother’s death‚ Keats’s maternal grandmother appointed two London merchants‚ Richard Abbey and John Rowland Sandell‚ as guardians. Abbey‚ a prosperous tea broker‚ assumed the bulk of this responsibility‚ while Sandell played only a minor

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    English Literature Biographical Speech KeatsJohn (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

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    This landmark biography of celebrated Romantic poet John Keats explodes entrenched conceptions of him as a delicate‚ overly sensitive‚ tragic figure. Instead‚ Nicholas Roe reveals the real flesh-and-blood poet: a passionate man driven by ambition but prey to doubt‚ suspicion‚ and jealousy; sure of his vocation while bitterly resentful of the obstacles that blighted his career; devoured by sexual desire and frustration; and in thrall to alcohol and opium. Through unparalleled original research‚ Roe

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    Close Reading Assignment: John Keats: “On Fame” John Keats talks about fame and the desire of people to posses it. He compares fame to a woman and the desire of people for fame is compared to men’s lust to women. John Keats as the speaker presents an “as matter-of-fact” tone. The speaker gives the reader a sense of knowledge about what fame is. He seems to know what he’s talking about and it seems like he’s giving a lecture about it. The speaker achieves this tone by his elaborate comparison between

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    Ode to John Keats At an early age‚ John Keats experienced a tough life that was surrounded by death. Not only did he lose his mother‚ father‚ and half of his siblings when he was young‚ but he was exposed to death and illness when he was a teenager working as an apprentice surgeon. He soon became a Romantic poet with an obsession with death‚ which can be seen in his poems throughout his life‚ particularly in his famous “Great Odes”. Between the spring and autumn of 1819‚ Keats wrote six odes

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    BIOGRAPHY OF JOHN KEATS Born in London‚ England‚ on October 31‚ 1795‚ John Keats devoted his short life to the perfection of poetry marked by vivid imagery‚ great sensuous appeal and an attempt to express a philosophy through classical legend. In 1818 he went on a walking tour in the Lake District. His exposure and overexertion on that trip brought on the first symptoms of the tuberculosis‚ which ended his life. Quotes "If Poetry comes not as naturally as Leaves to a tree it had better not

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