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Poets presentation

  1. 1. Simone Ferraz
  2. 2.  English jesuit;  Works:  Poet;  The Nativity of Christ;  Catholic college;  A Vale of Tears;  Priest;  The Burning Babe;  Theme: Religious poems;  Times Go by Turns;  Arrested, tortured and  Christ’s Childhood. executed;  Beatified in 1929.
  3. 3.  Let folly praise that fancy loves, I praise  Though young, yet wise; though small, and love that Child Whose heart no thought, whose tongue no word, whose hand no deed defiled. yet strong; though man, yet God He is: As wise, He knows; as strong, He can; as God, He loves to bless. I praise Him most, I love Him best, all praise and love is His; While Him I love, in Him I live, and cannot live amiss. His knowledge rules, His strength defends, His love doth cherish all; His birth our joy, His life our light, His death our end of thrall. Love's sweetest mark, laud's highest theme, man's most desired light, To love Him life, to leave Him death, to live in Him delight. Alas! He weeps, He sighs, He pants, yet do His angels sing; Out of His tears, His sighs and throbs, doth bud a joyful spring. He mine by gift, I His by debt, thus each to other due; First friend He was, best friend He is, all times will try Him true. Almighty Babe, whose tender arms can force all foes to fly, Correct my faults, protect my life, direct me when I die!
  4. 4.  Scottish poet, lyricist;  Celebrated in Scotland;  Pionner of the Romantic     movement; Adapted folk songs; 559 poems and songs; Spontaneity and sincerity; Themes: republicanism, anti-clericanism, gender roles.
  5. 5.  Reference: John Steinbeck, novel Of Mice and Men (1937);  The poem is led by the main Romantic idea of experiencing something through nature;  Idealization about this poem.  Some poems: A Red, Red Rose; A Man's A Man for A' That; To a Louse; To a Mouse; The Battle of Sherramuir; Tam o' Shanter, and Ae Fond Kiss.
  6. 6. United States;  Alcoholism.  He was born in Swansea – UK;   Shakespeare;  Gave up school – 17 years old;      Under Milk Wood (Radio play, movie); Reporter on Daily Post;  Do not go gentle into that 20 years old: won a prize; good night; “18 poems”, first book; Influences: Celtic, Biblic and  Prose: Portrait of the Artist as young dog (1940). Surrealism;
  7. 7. A stranger has come To share my room in the house not right in the head, A girl mad as birds She has come possessed Who admits the delusive light through the bouncing wall, Possessed by the skies Bolting the night of the door with her arm her plume. Strait in the mazed bed She deludes the heaven-proof house with entering clouds She sleeps in the narrow trough yet she walks the dust Yet raves at her will On the madhouse boards worn thin by my walking tears. Yet she deludes with walking the nightmarish room, At large as the dead, Or rides the imagined oceans of the male wards. And taken by light in her arms at long and dear last I may without fail Suffer the first vision that set fire to the stars.
  8. 8.           Official page Robert Southwell: http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/southwell.htm. Access: September, 20th, 2011. 15h32. Picture: Giovanni-Antonio-Guardi-XX-Madonna-And-Child-With-Saint-John-The-BaptistXX-Private-collection. Poem “A Child my Choice”, Robert Southwell: A Sixteenth Century Anthology. Arthur Symons, Ed. London: Blackie & Son, Ltd., 1905. 229-230. Official page of Robert Burns: http://www.robertburns.org/. Access:September, 20th, 2011. 15h48 Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Burns. Access: September, 20th, 2011. 16h35. Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dylan_Thomas. Access: September, 25th, 2011. 16h22. Official page of Dylan Thomas: http://www.dylanthomas.com/. Access: September, 20th, 2011 , 15h43. http://www.poets.org/poet.php/prmPID/150. Acess: September, 20th, 2011 , 16h21. Thomas Dylan’s picture: http://blogs.cornell.edu/eng2750/2010/08/28/dylan-thomas-thepoet-as-singer/ . Access: September, 20th, 2011. 17h48. Poem Love in the Asylum: http://www.internal.org/Dylan_Thomas/Love_in_the_Asylum. Access: September, 22th, 2011, 17h35.

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