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John Keats Poetry Presentation
Transcript of John Keats Poetry Presentation
1795 in London, England.
Son of a stable keeper
Oldest of 4 Children
Parents died when he was young
Guardians became two London Merchants-Richard Abbey & John Sandell Education Attended Clarke School in Enfield until he was 15
Apprenticed to an apothecary surgeon in London for six years
In 1816 he became a licensed apothecary, but never practiced Apothecary to Poet Starting Up He meets Leigh Hunt, editor of an influencial newsmagazine
Hunt introduces Keats into a literary circle
His first volume of poetry, Poems by John Keats, is published hastily in 1817 Criticism and Ridicule His work, Endymion, is published in 1818
Two critical and influencial magazines, The Quarterly Review and Blackwood's Magazine, attacked Endymion.
Keats declining health was attributed by some to be because of the many negative reviews Later Poetic Work He continued to write between 1818 & 1820
Many call his later works his best
Among his later works are "Hyperion", "Ode on a Grecian Urn" and "Ode to a Nightingale" The Human Seasons
by John Keats
Four Seasons fill the measure of the year;
There are four seasons in the mind of man:
He has his lusty Spring, when fancy clear
Takes in all beauty with an easy span:
He has his Summer, when luxuriously
Spring's honeyed cud of youthful thought he loves
To ruminate, and by such dreaming high
Is nearest unto Heaven: quiet coves
His soul has in its Autumn, when his wings
He furleth close; contented so to look
On mists in idleness—to let fair things
Pass by unheeded as a threshold brook:—
He has his Winter too of pale misfeature,
Or else he would forego his mortal nature. Family Parents died when he was young
Wasn't close to his guardians Love Life Met Fanny Brawne in 1818 and fell in love
He wrote many love poems and letters to her
They never married due to John Keats catching tuberculosis and growing distant Death Died of tuberculosis February 23, 1821 at the age of 25 in Rome and was buried there
He was there on his doctors orders Poetic Style and Movement Part of the English Romantic Movement
Wrote mostly on life an love in a 3rd person view
Uses a lot of comparisons and metaphors and complex vocabulary Legacy Most of his poems published after death
He influenced other English Romantic poets that followed him
Won no awards