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.

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John Keats and his Odes

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

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