The romantic poets, in general, supported revolution, rejected industrialization, and praised nature and the natural world—this was accompanied by the concern for the exploitation of women. Generation byron, shelley, and keats who all died at young age many values and interest of the romantic period remained alive through the nineteen century with poets such as yeats and stevens. However, the younger generation of romantic poets, as keats, shelley, lord byron, and leigh hunt (1784-1859), held the faith and either went into exile or finished up in prison on sedition charges. John keats (1795-1821) john keats, the poet of the second generation of the romantic age learned much of his english poetry before reaching the age of 15 at the age of 20 he qualified at guy's hospital as an apothecary-surgeon, but decided to be a poet. However, there were a number of second-generation romantic poets who subverted the dominant romantic mode, like shelley ideologically, this is the key difference: the first generation rebelled against the existing order, and the second generation either embraced or subverted it.
Of the writers of the second generation, only byron enjoyed fame while he was alive, more fame than any of the other romantic writers, with perhaps the exception of scott, but keats and shelley had relatively few readers while they were alive. Shelley (1792-1822) was a second-generation romantic poet, like his fellow poet john keats (whose 'ode on melancholy' is worth reading alongside shelley's) in his dejected or miserable state, shelley reviews his life, muses about death, and thinks about what sort of poetic reputation he has carved out for himself. John keats was born on 31 october 1795, in moorgate, london, england he was an english romantic poet he was one of the main figures of the second generation of romantic poets, along with lord byron and percy bysshe shelley, despite his work having been in publication for only four years before his death. Revision files english romanticism the first generation of romantic poets the second generation of romantic poets common traits imagination is the highest human faculty and it is the most direct, effective way to achieve truth.
In upper-division and graduate classes on romanticism, i teach keats as a second-generation romantic and foreground the skeptical idealism that characterizes that belated generation in such classes, i tend to adopt a quasi-deconstructive critical stance, approaching the urn as a meta-text that comments self-reflexively on romantic idealist. Similarity and dissimilarity between shelly and keats, as second generation romantic poet. The second-generation romantics blake, wordsworth and coleridge were first-generation romantics, writing against a backdrop of war wordsworth, however, became increasingly conservative in his outlook: indeed, second-generation romantics, such as byron, shelley and keats, felt that he had 'sold out' to the establishment. Similarity and dissimilarity between shelly and keats, as second generation romantic poet attitude to nature p b shelley and john keats are second generation romantic poets.
Romantic poetry is the poetry of the romantic era, an artistic, literary, musical and intellectual movement that originated in europe toward the end of the 18th centuryit involved a reaction against prevailing enlightenment ideas of the 18th century, and lasted from 1800 to 1850, approximately. Analysis of john keat analysis of john keats john keats was an english romantic poet along with lord byron and percy bysshe shelley, he was one of the key figures in the second generation of the romantic movement, despite the fact that his work had been in publication for only four years before his death. British romanticism produced many of the world's greatest poets romantic poets include keats, shelley, byron, coleridge, blake, and keats characteristics of romantic poets include an appreciation for nature, mistrust of technology, and the championing of the individual. The great english romantic poets are usually grouped into two generations: the first generation, included william blake, william wordsworth and samuel taylor coleridge the poets of the second generation were george gordon byron, shelley.
John keats was a british romantic poet who helped to develop and influence the he second generation of romantic poets in the 19th century keats' poetry has been characterized by its ode structure and high use of imagery. The views of keats and shelley on imagination and reality the writings of john keats and percy bysshe shelley both emphasize important roles of the imagination, but as revealed in keats's ode on a grecian urn, and shelley's mont blanc, the two poets have different views on what the role of imagination is. The second generation consisted of lord bryon, percy shelley, and keats in this blog, i want to focus on differences and similarities between the 1st generation and 2nd generation what ideas inspired these generations.
John keats (/ k iː t s / 31 october 1795 - 23 february 1821) was an english romantic poet he was one of the main figures of the second generation of romantic poets, along with lord byron and percy bysshe shelley, despite his works having been in publication for only four years before his death from tuberculosis at the age of 25. Cox attempts to define major and minor second generation romantic poets as part of a 'collective poetic practice,' or 'shared cultural project' displacing the traditional reception of these poets as solitary writers. Second generation of romantic poets percy bysshe shelley (sussex 1792 - spezia 1822) he studied in oxford, but he rebelled against the conventional upbringing (educazione), he was expelled when he written a pamphlet the necessity of atheism. Shelley and byron have similar characters and are very different from john keats in fact, they represented the prototypes of the romantic poet, rebel, anarchist, and individualist instead, john keats joins the romantic spirit with a classicist tendency, and favors a kind of poetry more intimate, suffering, and melancholy.