Larkin’s Poetry Shows Yearning for Metaphysical Absolutes for States of being Imagined as it were Beyond the Reach of Being
Larkin’s poetry shows yearning for metaphysical absolutes for states of being imagined as it were beyond the reach of being. Discuss. Philip Larkin’s poetry deals with a common dogma. The main problems, which are being faced by young generation and even by old men, are loneliness and isolation. It has been said that a crowd […]
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 its importance; William Blake also spreads light on its significance; similarly, S. T. Coleridge blended nature with supernatural elements. Indeed, every romantic poet either directly […]
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…