“How Keats differes in his views of Nature from Wordsworth and Coleridge.”

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“How Keats differes in his views of Nature from Wordsworth and Coleridge.”

  1. 1. “How Keats differes in his views of Nature from wordswortH and Coleridge.” Name :- Neelamba R Sarvaiya. M. A. Sem-2 Roll no – 21 Paper no-5 The Romantic Literature. S.B.Gardi English department M.K. Bhavnagar University. Year-2013-2014 Guided by : Heenaba Zala
  2. 2. Wordsworth’s conception of NATURENature is the common phenomena of air and sea. His treatment with nature poetry :His sublime and sustaining expression. He was the high priest of NATURE. In his poetry the language was simple truth and expression of man and Nature as they are.
  3. 3. Wordsworth was true devote to Nature to Humanity. “Nature not only gave him the matter but wrote his poem for him.” - Mathew Arnold Wordsworth was in a true sense the most Romantic and the Purest soul of Nature.
  4. 4. COLERIDGE
  5. 5. Coleridge’s poem as a nature poem. According to Wordsworth ,Coleridge and other Romantic poet experiencing nature was an integral part of the development of a complete soul and sense of personhood.  nature had the capacity to teach joy, love, freedom, and piety, crucial characteristics for a worthy, developed individual.
  6. 6. SUCH POEMS “This Lime- Tree Bower my prison” “Yout h and Age” “Frost at Midni ght,”“The Eolian Harp” “The Night ingal e”
  7. 7. Nearly all of Coleridge’s poems express a respect for and delight in natural beauty. In “Forst at Midnight” poet describe that “the seasons and shall learn about God by discovering the beauty and bounty of the natural world. The son shall be given the opportunity to develop a relationship with God and with nature, an opportunity denied to both the speaker and Coleridge himself.”
  8. 8. Coleridge guarded against the pathetic fallacy, or the attribution of human feeling to the natural world. To Coleridge, nature contained an innate, constant joyousness wholly separate from the ups and downs of human experience. Coleridge worshiped nature and recognized poetry’s capacity to describe the beauty of the natural world.
  9. 9. How Keats differ with Wordsworth and Coleridge Wordsworth:- He is clear with Nature and easy to understand He planned to use the self and everyday as his subject in poems that would replace a sense of familiarly with an air of supernatural
  10. 10. Coleridge:- Coleridge exploring the romantic and supernatural and seeking theme to earn readers , poetic faith. Coleridge consider the element of poem – sound meter, communication pleasure and emotional effect and function they together .
  11. 11. KEATS:- Keats lively wholly in the Present does not look back in past and look forward in to future. He paints picture with words. He does not try to find hidden meaning in nature he describe it as he sees it.

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