There were many noted Romantic poets during that time, including names like William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. If you haven't guessed already, we're referring to John Keats, the young poet who is best known for his set of five Odes that were literary masterpieces, which reflected skills that were unfortunately never shown much appreciation during his short lifetime. He uses paradox by saying that the pipes produced melodies that had no tune. He is continually in, for and filling some other body. Keats was a master poet who used complex form and meter in his Ode, yet portrayed it so effortlessly that it is hard to catch on unless you closely analyze the poem. In 1992, Nicholas Roe maintained another argument that Keats poetry had always been influenced with political inclinations that made his writings censured by several critics. Beauty and Nature Keats was a romantic poet, and Romanticism often involved depictions of nature and people or characters that are in tune with it.
Second, if we view it as Keats' message, then he is trying to tell the urn that for the latter, it has only to know of its beauty and consider it to be the ultimate truth, but in real life, that is not possible because there is a whole lot more to mankind that just art and beauty. He is fully thrilled by the beauty of autumn. Despite his very short life and constant critical attacks from periodicals of the day, he has, posthumously, been very influential on poets such as Alfred Tennyson and Wilfred Owen. However, his premature death at just twenty five did not allow him to fulfill his deeds. These devices can be subtle, but the effect--especially when reading Keats's works aloud--is to create a luscious kind of music.
He goes on to say that as times passes and the people of his generation grow old, the urn will remain eternal and will never age. Eliot to show the contrast between Wordsworth and Shelley on the one hand mid Knits : Wordsworth had a very delicate sensibility to social life and social change. No moral teaching or didacticism Keats often says that the poet must not live for himself, but must feel for others, and must do good but he must do so by being a poet—not by being a teacher or moralist. The 18th century was abound with Romanticism, especially in the field of literature. He pursued truth indeed, but truth for him was beauty. But to readers of all ages Keats sings enduring music.
I love the way Keats uses alliteration, assonance and consonance in his work to create interior rhymes and rhythms. The school Keats attended there first instilled in him a love of literature. Where are the songs of spring? But that took away from his free time and writing, and eventually he returned to his true calling. His lower social standing and poor health did not allow him to work and excel more and more. His mother, Frances Jennings Keats, later succumbed to tuberculosis when John was 14. Despite his severe illness, he tried to finish his final poems, and ultimately got outstanding reviews on his poems.
He left London's cold weather behind and moved to Italy with his friend Joseph Severn, on the advice of his doctors. His ambition was to become a poet, pure and simple and his ambition was fulfilled. He questions if it was set in the lush, green ancient cities of maybe Tempe or Arcady. He reassures young lovers by telling them that even though they shall never catch their mistresses, these women shall always stay beautiful. In his treatment of such themes, he was greatly influenced by another Romantic poet, William Wordsworth, who described the moments of drama and insight that can occur in the course of everyday life.
The poetical theme was beautifully combined with artistic imagery creating powerful effects for the readers. Paradox The ultimate inextricability of pleasure from pain, joy from sorrow, happiness from melancholy, and life from death is essential to Keats' poetry. Although we cannot literally hear their music, by using our imaginations, we can imagine and thus hear music. Keats explores this idea in the first book of Endymion 1818. The poetry of Keats is an unending pursuit of beauty. Often the appearance or contemplation of a beautiful object makes the departure possible. John Keats, an English poet, became known as one of the premier poets of the English Romantic movement during the early nineteenth century.
Keats also turned attention to richness of verse, unlike the simplicity of Wordsworth. Though Keats did not fully achieve this ideal, he was growing towards it. He changes the tone by asking the urn not to tease him with all the images that it depicts. He goes back to the scene of the musician and tells him that he will forever play his pipe, never tiring and always seeming to be playing a new melody. These tragic circumstances had a profound impact on his mind, and they brought him closer to his other siblings: his brothers, Tom and George, and his sister Fanny. When John Keats first published his work, he was met with a lot of criticism and some went as far as saying that he was better of as an apothecary for which he trained rather than being a poet. This is also true of Keats.
Fanny nursed him as much as she could. This relationship was cut short quickly when, by 1820, Keats began showing serious signs of tuberculosis, the disease that had plagued his family. Agnes as there is none in King Lear ; in both, the poets leave their works to speak for themselves. His longer poems, such as The Fall of Hyperion or Lamia, often take place in a mythical world not unlike that of classical antiquity. Romantic poets, because of their theories of literature and life, were drawn to ; they even developed a new form of , often called the.
Besides fame, he always received critical reception by many other renowned poets. An ode is essentially a Greek poem, which gives praise. All the figures remain motionless, held fast and permanent by their depiction on the sides of the urn, and they cannot touch one another, even though we can touch them by holding the vessel. But the beauty and grandeur of the west wind goes beyond our actual experience. Unlike mortal beings, beautiful things will never die but will keep demonstrating their beauty for all time.
John Keats, a famous English romantic poet and dramatist, was considered a leading poet of the 18 th century. And the urn depicted in the poem is Grecian. The Ancient World Keats had an enduring interest in antiquity and the ancient world. In 1983, Dickstein argued that Keats maintained the urge for political and social progress and same sort of themes in his poetic efforts. Nonetheless, his poems are some of the most anthologized of works, and his legend has been passed down for countless generations; we will go as far as to say that it has transformed and taken English Literature to a whole new level. Though his medical career never really took off, his devotion to art and literature never ceased.