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Romantic and Victorian Poetry

I.A. Khan (Editor)
Synopsis Literature may be Romantic or Classical. The poet may have romantic strains in him; he may equally have some classical strains. Strangely enough Keats has both the elements--the romantic and the classical. Romanticism in literature suggests a tendency where the poet is subjective and he tries to create beauty which is mysterious and uncommon. Classical poet is orderly, familiar and significant. The romantic poet is subjective while the classical is objective. The romantic poet expresses his own feelings and experiences in his writings, so he is mostly lyrical. The classical poet thinks more of the world around him than about himself and he expresses himself mostly in epic and dramatic forms. John Keats has a fusion of the romantic and the classical but the romantic element dominates in him.
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Title Romantic and Victorian Poetry
Author I.A. Khan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 29.01.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Omega Publications
Language: English
isbn 8184550955
length viii+304p,.