Keats & his Odes

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Keats -Nature Poet.He use of imagery,sound effects,and poetic form.He says Art is about beauty,not about teaching or persuasion. Keats tries to mixed up reality.Ode were one of the classical verse form in Romantic period.Keats use theory of Negative Capability.Poet gives up personal identity.

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Keats & his Odes

  1. 1. “ John Keats and his Odes”  Name:Bhumi Vajani  M.A.-Sem:2  Roll No:04  Topic:John Keats and his Odes.  Year:2013  Submitted To : Dept of English- Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University“As a Nature Poet” Presentation
  2. 2. TO NIGHTINGALE TOPSYCHE ODE TO AUTUMN ON A GRECIAN URN
  3. 3. Ode To Nightingale Three Characters:- Bird Speaker (Poet) Fancy
  4. 4. Pain & Passion Urn-Metamorphoses in Abundance in to the “Ideal”.Ode on aGrecian Urn The Poet “reading” the Urn as we “read "his” Ode“Urn”-As a “a wild ecstasy, awork of lover,s grief, a loveArt „for ever warm and still to be enjoyed”.
  5. 5. Ode To Psyche  The Oxymoronic cliché of sensibility, pleasant pain-to poetic composition.  Instead of lamenting the indissolubility of pleasure & pain.ODE
  6. 6. Ode To Autumn  Sustained naturalism , a maturity & equanimity of town & masterful craft.  The month of the migration of birds, of the finished harvest, of nut-gathering, of cyder & Perry-makingCalendar of Nature Georgic Tradition
  7. 7.  Downer says-Nothing like the odes of Keats is to be found in English Literature of earlier date. He may be said to have created in them a new class of lyrical in them a new class of lyrical poetry.

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