John Keats


I have chosen to be the topic of my research paper. I will start off with a biography of him and then later move on to explaining a few of his poems and along with them putting my opinion, which is a valid part of this project. I will also try to sum up his themes of the poems after I am done explaining them.
was born on October 31, 1795 in Mourfields, England. John was one of five children whose father was a stableman. John’s father, Thomas, ran an inherited family business. These stables, called the "Swan and Hoop", were located in north London and provided horses for hire to adjacent neighborhoods. (www.englishhistory.net) The business was merely a half-mile from their home. ...

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children were sent to their grandmother’s and will later be joined by Frances when she left William with the family business. Frances died from tuberculosis when John was fourteen years of age. Frances’s death furthered financial problems for the family, which started when her father died. Now, John and his siblings were left with a guardian to live their lives.
John never had any interest in books at his young age and it was only until he was at the age of fourteen that he was passionate towards literature. Though his interest was in poetry, John’s guardian forced him to attend medical school. This did not last for John long and soon after he was focused on poetry. John’s guardian called him “Silly Boy” because of this. (www.gopher.nypi.org) John became ill and thought that warm air would cure him so he moved to Italy in 1820. John and a friend both lived in an apartment right next to the famous Spanish Steps in Rome. John’s illnesses were not going away which gave him a ...

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He found the beauty in how both creatures go about their daily lives and then showed how they both interact with each other. I mean this must took a lot even though this was such a short poem because I mean to take something that we find a nuisance and make them to sound like this beautiful thing. I think that takes an extraordinary man to accomplish that.

This next one is called “On Leaving some Friends at an Early Hour”. I like this one because it shows how much his friends mean to him and how the fun they have together is held deep in his heart. It is sad at the end when he states “tis not content so soon to be alone.”( www.bartleby.com ) I wish that I could write something ...

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Added: 9/27/2008 07:05:57 AM
Category: Poetry & Poets
Type: Free Paper
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