John Keats and his Odes

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A short presentation I made to briefly expose Keats' odes to my schoolmates. It was designed to be told, that's why there's little text.

A short presentation I made to briefly expose Keats' odes to my schoolmates. It was designed to be told, that's why there's little text.

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  • 1. John Keats Odes
  • 2. John Keats was born in London in 1795. benoitphotography - Flickr
  • 3. Ewan-M - Flickr His father was an ostler at Swan and Hoop inn.
  • 4. Jo h n John had two brothers,Thomas and George, and a sister, Frances Mary.
  • 5. Jo h nT hom a s John had two brothers,Thomas and George, and a sister, Frances Mary.
  • 6. JohnTh o m as George John had two brothers,Thomas and George, and a sister, Frances Mary.
  • 7. JohnT ho m a s George Frances Mary John had two brothers,Thomas and George, and a sister, Frances Mary.
  • 8. During his school years, he developed a deepinterest in the classics. nyello8 - Flickr
  • 9. William D - FlickrHis father fell from his horse and died whenJohn was eight. (1804)
  • 10. William D - Flickr His mother died soon after, leaving the children tolive with their grandmother.
  • 11. The Library Of Congress John was then appointed to become an apothecary,but he wasnt interested in it.
  • 12. il t onLeigh H H a m ds unt Jo h n e y n o l R Keats friend and mentor, Cowden Clarke, introducedhim to other Romantics. (1816)
  • 13. He published the volume “Poems” in 1817 and thepoem “Endymion” in 1818.His early, classical works werenot appreciated by the critics, but had good circulation.
  • 14. Gruenemann - Flickr Keats moved to Wensworth Place, Hampstead in 1818.
  • 15. Keats listening to a nightingale During the year spent there,he wrote his most mature works.
  • 16. During 1820, he showed serious symptoms of tuberculosis. He moved to Rome at the suggestion of his doctors.
  • 17. Keats died in 1821 and was buried in the Protestant Cemetery.
  • 18. Yannick Carer - Flickr
  • 19. Odes Fiona Saiman - Flickr
  • 20. Odes Soul NatureEternity Art Fiona Saiman - Flickr
  • 21. Ode to Psychegadgetdude- Flickr
  • 22. Ode to Psyche Self discoverygadgetdude- Flickr
  • 23. Ode to Psyche Imaginationgadgetdude- Flickr
  • 24. Sergey Yeliseev - Flickr Ode to a nightingale
  • 25. Sergey Yeliseev - Flickr Mortality Nature Ode to a nightingale
  • 26. Sergey Yeliseev - Flickr Acceptance of limits Ode to a nightingale
  • 27. Ode on a Grecian UrnMark A Coleman - Flickr
  • 28. Ode on a Grecian Urn ContradditionsMark A Coleman - Flickr
  • 29. Ode on a Grecian Urn Love, Beauty, ArtMark A Coleman - Flickr
  • 30. Ode on Melancholy lisa cee - Flickr
  • 31. Ode on Melancholy Joy Beauty Delight Pleasure lisa cee - Flickr
  • 32. Ode on Melancholy Negative Capability lisa cee - Flickr
  • 33. Ode on Melancholy “Objectivity” lisa cee - Flickr
  • 34. Ode on Indolencemadmolecule - Flickr
  • 35. Ode on Indolence Ironymadmolecule - Flickr
  • 36. Ode on Indolence Soul makingmadmolecule - Flickr
  • 37. To AutumnMarufish - Flickr
  • 38. To Autumn RenewalMarufish - Flickr
  • 39. To Autumn DeathMarufish - Flickr
  • 40. Thanks to JOHN KEATS POESIEEINAUDI EDITORE