Get help with any kind of project - from a high school essay to a PhD dissertation
Romantic Poets and Their Response to Nature Contemplate the way the romantic poets have reacted to the subject of nature with close references to at least three poems examined. Consider the way the romantic poets have reacted to the topic of nature with close references to at least three poems studied, comment in detail on: 1). Imagery (e.g. simile, metaphor, personification.) 2. Subject matter/theme 3. Attributes of the romantic movement Romanticism was a poetic motion of the 19th century, during the French Revolution. The poetry represented on feelings of everyday events. It had been written in a simplistic language so that everybody can understand and love poetry because earlier poetry was composed formally with a complex language, which only the well educated may understand entirely. Romantic poems had powerful characteristics, that stand out, these are: pantheism, the importance of childhood and memories, a more simplistic style, a casual and everyday language, psychological and political. From studying Keats, Coleridge and Wordsworth Nature has been the most influential characteristic, and has inspired them to write personal poems representing about God, permanence, education, youth and memory. The poem 'To Fall' composed by Keats (1795-1821) is a very normal romantic poem and at the first paragraph 'Season of mist and mellow fruitfulness,' we already have a sense of calmness as the words 'mist' and 'mellow' are very gentle and soft sounding words. Keats has used 'm' and is' words like these because he would like to get upon the calmness of autumn and just how relaxed it is, he can do this by using words which are nearly impossible to be said in a harsh and barbarous manner. Keats strongly stinks t...