Category: Poets with initials J
“Ode to Psyche” – Themes

“Ode to Psyche” – Themes

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The poem, “Ode to Psyche” is a Keatsian attempt to meddle with the ode structure of the poem, by inducing an altered sonnet-form in the poem. The first of the odes, “Ode to ...

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Summary of The Good Morrow by John Donne

Summary of The Good Morrow by John Donne

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The Good Morrow by John Donne is considered to be one of the best poems belonging to the metaphysical school of poetry. This poem is an aubade or poem of the morning, in the ...

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Solved Questions of A Thing of Beauty by Keats

Solved Questions of A Thing of Beauty by Keats

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  Solved Questions of A Thing of Beauty: 1. How is a thing of beauty a joy forever? A thing is said to be a ‘thing of beauty,’ for the reason that it is a source of joy ...

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Summary and Meaning of A Thing of Beauty by Keats

Summary and Meaning of A Thing of Beauty by Keats

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About the Poet: John Keats, one of the supreme English poets and a major figure in the Romantic Movement, was born in 1795 in Moorfields, London.  His initial endeavors at ...

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Central Idea and Theme of On the Grasshopper and Cricket by Keats

Central Idea and Theme of On the Grasshopper and Cricket by Keats

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The poem On the Grasshopper and Cricket is a sonnet by John Keats. The poem was composed in the December of 1816 when the poet was twenty-one years of age. It was published ...

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Summary and Analysis of On the Grasshopper and Cricket by Keats

Summary and Analysis of On the Grasshopper and Cricket by Keats

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About the Poet: John Keats (1795–1821) was one of the leading figures in the second- generation Romantic poets. Born in London, he was the son of Thomas Keats and Frances ...

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Solved Short Questions of The Poetry of Earth by John Keats

Solved Short Questions of The Poetry of Earth by John Keats

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  Short types Questions: 1. “The poetry of earth is never dead”- What does the poet mean by it? Answer: By this, the poet means that the songs and music of nature will ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Ball Poem

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Ball Poem

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Critical Analysis of The Ball Poem: This poem can be interpreted both literally and metaphorically. If taken literally, it is a soulful picture of little boys growing up and ...

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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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