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John Keats - Liceo Luino

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Transcript of John Keats - Liceo Luino

John Keats
London 1795 - Rome 1821
Second Generation of Romantic poets
He's Romantic for
his relish (gusto, piacere) of
SENSATION
his feeling for the
MIDDLE AGES
his love for
GREEK CIVILIZATION
his
conception
of the
writer
he fused
ROMANTIC PASSION
COLD NEO-CLASSICISM
his acquaintances
Leigh Hunt
P. B. Shelley
his works
Endymion
The Eve of St. Agnes
Odes
Ode to a Nightingale
Ode on a Grecian Urn
To Autumn
Ode on Melancholy
La Belle Dame Sans Merci
Hyperion
His
personal experience
is "behind" the Odes, it's not their substance
His personal pronoun "
I
" stands for a universal one
The
WORLD
of his
POETRY
is
ARTIFICIAL
he imagines it, he doesn't reflect it from direct experience
He loved
the
UNFAMILIAR
the
STRANGE
the
REMOTE
in
TIME
PLACE
POETRY
stems from
IMAGINATION
desired
HUMAN LIFE
stems from
personal experience
of
PAIN
and
MISERY
THEME
of his
POETRY
CONTEMPLATION
of
BEAUTY
He perceives
BEAUTY
through
ALL
his
SENSES
this leads to
PHYSICAL BEAUTY
(mutable)
BEAUTY also produces
a
DEEPER EXPERIENCE
of
JOY
SPIRITUAL BEAUTY
(immortal)
LOVE
FRIENDSHIP
POETRY
NEGATIVE CAPABILITY
CONDITION
of the
POET'S MIND
unaffected by
IDEAS
or
OPINIONS
OPEN to
SENSATIONS
DOUBTS
MYSTERIES
NEGATIVITY
refers to
the
poet's capability
to
DENY
his
CERTAINTIES
PERSONALITY
to
IDENTIFY HIMSELF
with the
OBJECT
as
SOURCE

of
INSPIRATION
his
belief
in the value of
IMAGINATION
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