Category: Poets with initials F to J
Summary of The Ball Poem by John Berryman

Summary of The Ball Poem by John Berryman

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About the poet: John Berryman was born John Smith in McAlester, Oklahoma, on 25th October 1914. He taught at many American universities, ending at the University of Minnesota. ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of No Men are Foreign

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of No Men are Foreign

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Critical Analysis of No Men are Foreign: This poem is an ardent appeal on the poet’s part to rid our hearts of xenophobia and embrace the unity of man as a whole. The poet says ...

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Summary of No Men are Foreign by James Kirkup

Summary of No Men are Foreign by James Kirkup

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About the poet: James Falconer Kirkup (England, 23 April 1918 – Andorra, 10 May 2009) was a prolific English poet, translator and travel writer. He was born on 23rd April 1918. ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of On His Blindness

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of On His Blindness

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Critical Analysis of On His Blindness: This poem is an autobiographical one. As we know, Milton did, in fact, go blind in the 1650s. Therefore, he is writing about his own ...

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Line by Line Summary of On His Blindness by John Milton

Line by Line Summary of On His Blindness by John Milton

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About the poet: John Milton was born in London on 9th December 1608. After university, he spent six years in his father’s country home in Buckinghamshire following a rigorous ...

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Summary and Analysis of Death the Leveller by James Shirley

Summary and Analysis of Death the Leveller by James Shirley

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About the poet: James Shirley (also spelt Sherley) was an English dramatist.  His career of playwriting extended from 1625 until the suppression of stage plays by ...

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Summary and Analysis of La Belle Dame Sans Merci by John Keats

Summary and Analysis of La Belle Dame Sans Merci by John Keats

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  About John Keats John Keats belonged to the second generation of Romantic poets which included Lord Bryon and Percy Bysshe Shelly. Born in 1795, John Keats had a short ...

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Summary and Analysis of Twickenham Garden by John Donne

Summary and Analysis of Twickenham Garden by John Donne

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  About John Donne John Donne was born in the year 1572 in London. He was a pre-eminent representative of the metaphysical poets, meaning that his work was characterised by ...

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Summary and Analysis of Good Friday,1613, Riding Westward by John Donne

Summary and Analysis of Good Friday,1613, Riding Westward by John Donne

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  About John Donne: John Donne was born in the year 1572 in London. He was a pre-eminent representative of the metaphysical poets, meaning that his work was characterized ...

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Summary and Analysis of The Wreck of Hesperus by H. W. Longfellow

Summary and Analysis of The Wreck of Hesperus by H. W. Longfellow

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  About H. W. Longfellow: Born in 1807 in Maine, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was one of the most important poets of his time. He was well widely known and well-loved. His ...

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Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 15 by John Milton

Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 15 by John Milton

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INTRODUCTION TO JOHN MILTON- Among the most famous poets in the history of English literature, John Milton was born on 9 december, 1608 in London. His most works constitute of ...

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Summary and Analysis of The Sun Rising by John Donne

Summary and Analysis of The Sun Rising by John Donne

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INTRODUCTION  TO JOHN DONNE- The metaphysical poet, John Donne was born in England, London on January 22, 1572.  He is known in the history of English Literature as the founder ...

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Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 16 by John Milton

Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 16 by John Milton

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About John Milton: John Milton was born in the year 1608 in Bread Street, London. He was a man who went on to achieve great things and work in three different eras: Stuart ...

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Summary and Analysis of Sleep by James Whitcomb Riley

Summary and Analysis of Sleep by James Whitcomb Riley

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  About James Whitcomb Riley: Known as “Children’s poet” and also as the “Hoosier Poet” for his children’s poetry and dialect works, James Whitcomb Riley was one of the ...

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