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Keats and The Pre-Rephaelites

Ram Bilas Sharma (Author)
Synopsis The present book studies the growth and development of the pre-Raphaelite movement in painting and a similar movement in poetry and the close relation of these with the poetry of Keats. It studies the salient characteristics of the movement in painting and traces these in the poetry of the Rossettis, Morris and Swinburne. Their poetry is not all attributable to the influence of painting on poetry from that of poetry on painting. All the similarities, between the poetry of Keats and that of Tennyson and the pre-Raphaelites could not have been international on the part of the latter. The pre-Raphaelites did not find the movement clearly defined and practiced in Keats’s poetry. The interest attached to a study of Keats along with pre-Raphaelites consists in tracing how closely allied was Keats to the pre-Raphaelites in his temperament and how closely he had anticipated the movement in his poetry. Pre-Raphaelites’ influence on minor poets and decadents has also been amply focused. The decadents deny the mediaeval aspects of pre-Raphaelitism but they focus attention on the themes of the pre-Raphaelites and they trace them in the work of the Renaissance artists.
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About the author

Ram Bilas Sharma

Ram Bilas Sharma (1912) did Ph.D. from Lucknow University. He is a renowned Hindi critic. He taught English in Lucknow University and B.R. College, Agra. Their are more than forty books in Hindi and English to his credit which include Essays on Shakespearean Tragedy and Nineteenth Century Poets.

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Title Keats and The Pre-Rephaelites
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8179750566
length 376p., Bibliography; Index; 23cm.