Category: Poets with initials F to J
Summary and Analysis of As Kingfishers Catch Fire by G. M. Hopkins

Summary and Analysis of As Kingfishers Catch Fire by G. M. Hopkins

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About Gerard Manley Hopkins: Gerard Manley Hopkins is considered to be one of the greatest poets of the Victorian era. Born in 1844, Hopkins was the eldest of the nine children ...

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Lycidas Summary and Analysis by John Milton

Lycidas Summary and Analysis by John Milton

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About the poet: John Milton, an English poet born on 9 December, 1608 is the poet of steadfast will and purpose, who moved amid the fears and hopes and changing impulses of the ...

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A Hymn to God the Father Analysis by John Donne

A Hymn to God the Father Analysis by John Donne

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About the poet: The English poet John Donne born on 22 January 1573, was born in London to a rich iron merchant. He is one of the most prominent metaphysical poets, his works are ...

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Moods Summary and Analysis by H.W. Longfellow

Moods Summary and Analysis by H.W. Longfellow

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About the poet: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, born on February 27, 1807, was an American poet and also the first American to translate Dante’s Divine Comedy. He belonged to the ...

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To Autumn Summary and Analysis by John Keats

To Autumn Summary and Analysis by John Keats

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About the poem: John Keats, an English poet, born on December 31, 1795, was the last the Romantic. While Scott was merely telling stories, and Wordsworth reforming poetry or ...

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God’s Grandeur Summary and Analysis by G.M. Hopkins

God’s Grandeur Summary and Analysis by G.M. Hopkins

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About the author: Gerard Manley Hopkins born on 28 July, 1844 was not just an English poet, he was a Catholic and was also a Jesuit priest; and needless to say, whose extravagant ...

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When I Have Fears Summary and Analysis by John Keats

When I Have Fears Summary and Analysis 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 lifespan ...

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Shakespeare Summary and Analysis by H.W Longfellow

Shakespeare Summary and Analysis by H.W Longfellow

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H.W Longfellow- Henry Wordsworth Longfellow was a well-known poet of the 19th century. He was the man who had celebrated life and was well taught in literature. He was also a ...

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Summary and Analysis of A Valediction Forbidding Mourning

Summary and Analysis of A Valediction Forbidding Mourning

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About John Donne:  John Donne was born in 1572 to a Roman Catholic family in London. He is regarded as one of the most prominent metaphysical poets. Despite being greatly ...

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Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 19 by John Milton

Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 19 by John Milton

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John Milton- The exponent of grand style in English language, John Milton (1608 - 1974) was born to a composer father in Bread Street, London. Paradise Lost is his magnum opus and ...

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Summary and Analysis of The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls by H.W Longfellow

Summary and Analysis of The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls by H.W Longfellow

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H.W Longfellow- The American poet and educator, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882), was from Portland, Maine.  His life had witnessed uneventful death of his two wives, which ...

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Summary and Analysis of Felix Randal by G.M Hopkins

Summary and Analysis of Felix Randal by G.M Hopkins

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Gerard Manley Hopkins- The Victorian poet, Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889) got himself established in the realm of literature posthumously. His fame lies as an English poet, a ...

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Summary and Analysis of Flood by James Joyce

Summary and Analysis of Flood by James Joyce

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James Joyce- Born and educated in Ireland, James Augustine Aloysius Joyce (1882 - 1941) spent his prime years in Europe. One of the most influential writers of 20th century, he ...

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Bright Star Summary and Analysis by John Keats

Bright Star Summary and Analysis by John Keats

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John Keats- John Keats is one of the greatest poets in the history of English Literature, especially among the poets who wrote along the genre of romantic-lyric. He was born in ...

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