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Metaphysical poetry

Metaphysical poetry

Metaphysical poetry. “The Metaphysical Poets are known for their ability to startle the reader and coax new perspectives through paradoxical images, subtle argument, inventive syntax, and imagery from art, philosophy, and religion” and by using metaphysical conceits (Academy of American Poets).

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Enlightenment(1660-1790)

Enlightenment(1660-1790)

Enlightenment(1660-1790) .

By jarah
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Figurative Language

Figurative Language

Figurative Language . Metaphor. a figure of speech which makes a direct comparison of two unike objects by identification or substitution . Metaphors are composed of two parts: The vehicle is the thing being named and replacing the subject or tenor

By india
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John Donne

John Donne

John Donne. 21 January 1572 – 31 March 1631. English poet, preacher and a major representative of the metaphysical poets of the period His worksarenotable fortheirrealistic and sensual style and includesonnets, lovepoetry, religious poems, Latin translations,.

By gunda
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British Literature Time Line

British Literature Time Line

British Literature Time Line. Dr. Rania Khalil KNU - Class # 2 22 nd June, 2011. The Old English/Anglo-Saxon Period . Years: 449-1066 strong belief in fate juxtaposition of church and pagan worlds admiration of heroic warriors who prevail in battle

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The Metaphysical Poets

The Metaphysical Poets

The Metaphysical Poets. Everything you wanted to know…. Social Context:. The metaphysical poets were British lyric poets of the 17 th century. Poetry represented the changing times, the new sciences, and the newfound debauchery of the 17 th century. Metaphysics:. According to Wikipedia,

By garth
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The Metaphysical Period

The Metaphysical Period

The Metaphysical Period. 17 th century. Metaphysical concerns are the common subject of their poetry, which investigates the world by rational discussion of its phenomena rather than by intuition or mysticism. . http://www.luminarium.org/sevenlit/metaintro.htm.

By jeb
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“To His Coy Mistress”

“To His Coy Mistress”

“To His Coy Mistress”. 17 th century Metaphysical poetry. Who Was Andrew Marvell?. Tutor and politician Wrote many lyrics and political satires Largely unpublished until 3 years after his death 1621-1678 “To His Coy Mistress” probably written in the 1650s Died of malarial fever

By lakia
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Chapter 12 T. S. Eliot Stevens Williamsitle

Chapter 12 T. S. Eliot Stevens Williamsitle

Chapter 12 T. S. Eliot Stevens Williamsitle. T. S. Elliot important figure in the Western literature; leading figure at the beginning of the last century in poetry and also in literary criticism I. Life (1888 – 1965) II. Works III. Point of View IV. Style. exit.

By ross
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The Renaissance 14 th – 17 th Century

The Renaissance 14 th – 17 th Century

The Renaissance 14 th – 17 th Century. The Renaissance was a period of literature originating in Italy in the 14 th century. Renaissance is a French word that means “rebirth.” Historians consider the Renaissance to be the beginning of modern history.

By fiona
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John Donne

John Donne

John Donne. (1572-1631). Metaphysical Poets. Metaphysics the study of the ultimate reality beyond our everyday world, including questions about God, creation, and the afterlife

By feoras
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Three Strange Love Poems

Three Strange Love Poems

Three Strange Love Poems. First, Poems for Midterm. For the Midterm you must read and be familiar with: "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" p. 651-652 "When I have fears that I may cease to be" p. 707 Remember…

By karif
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Holy Sonnet X

Holy Sonnet X

Holy Sonnet X. By John Donne Life: 1572-1631 Jack Haseman Austin Guerrettaz Courtney Morris Isaac Hoffman. Biographical Information. Born in London, England Studied at Oxford University He was an Anglican priest Poetry contains startling contrasts Founder of Metaphysical poets

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Charles I After James I died, Charles I inherited throne (1625)

Charles I After James I died, Charles I inherited throne (1625)

Charles I After James I died, Charles I inherited throne (1625) Physically weak – didn’t walk until 7 and severe speech impediment Overcame weaknesses with hard work – sports and elocution Like his father, believed in the Divine Right Of Kings

By rebekah-mcclain
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Who were the Metaphysical Poets?

Who were the Metaphysical Poets?

Who were the Metaphysical Poets?. John Donne (1572 - 1631). Andrew Marvell (1621 - 1678). Richard Crashaw (1613 - 1649) Henry Vaughan (1622 - 1695) Bishop King Lord Herbert Aurelian Townsend. George Herbert (1593 - 1633). Characteristics. 17th century

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Poetic Movements

Poetic Movements

Poetic Movements. The schools of poetry defined by grouping poets who share similar styles of writing poetry. They can be described in a very approximate, chronological sequence, however it is not exact. Some poets belong to two or more schools of poetry. Here are just a few.

By steven-goff
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Metaphysical Poetry

Metaphysical Poetry

Metaphysical Poetry. Period 3 Ms. Banuelos Charmaine Dimal, Kristen Trinidad, Justis Manalo , Alexander Twano. Metaphysical Poetry. Metaphysical poetry is a term created by Samuel Johnson. Used to describe a group of British poets in the 17 th century.

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Death be not proud: John Donne

Death be not proud: John Donne

Death be not proud: John Donne. By Kathryn Koop. The Man. Born 1572 in London, England Studied at Oxford and Cambridge Married Ann More, the niece of his employer, in 1601 Converted to Anglicanism and became a minister in 1615 Published many works in prose, poetry, and sermons

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Edward Taylor and the Metaphysical Poets

Edward Taylor and the Metaphysical Poets

Edward Taylor and the Metaphysical Poets. English 441 September 8, 2010. The Metaphysical poets.

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METAPHYSICAL POETRY

METAPHYSICAL POETRY

METAPHYSICAL POETRY. Metaphysics is a branch of philosophy concerned with explaining the natural world. It is the study of being and reality. It asks fundamental questions such as: “Is there a God?” and “What is man’s place in the universe ?”.

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