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ГБПОУ "Дзержинский педагогический
Выполнила: Никитенко Анастасия
студентка 2 курса специальности 44.02.02
"Преподавание в начальных классах"
Руководитель: Игумнова Елена
John Keats
(31 October 1795 – 23
February 1821)
1.John's family
2.The first crack of life
3.John has time for everything
4.His ill-wishers
5.Love to landscapes
6. Love of his life
7.The second crack of life
8.Eternal love and crystal life
John Keats was born in London in 1795. His family was
close-knit and well-off. Unfortunately, being a young man
John lost his parents. His father died when he fell from his
horse. Later his mother and younger brother died of
Because of his parents' death, John had no opportunities
to continue studying, he also could not work, though he
tried to get fixed up in a detective agency. John left the
hospital, where he had had practice (while a student) as a
physician pharmacist’s trainee. He went to live in the
care of friends, and plunged into the wonderful world of
books and poetry.
During his short and life, marred by disease,
Keats managed to publish almost everything he
had written. In less than 4 years he published
three books – two collections with poems, which
include sonnets, odes, ballads, and poems
"Lamia", "Isabella"; and the poem "Endymion"
was published as a separate edition.
A thing of beauty is a joy for
Its loveliness increases; it will
Pass into nothingness; but still
will keep
A bower quiet for us, and a sleep
Full of sweet dreams, and health,
and quiet breathing.
by John Keats
(October 31, 1795 – February 23, 1821)
excerpt from Endymion (1818)
Despite the fact that Keats was constantly surrounded
by friends, he had ill-wishers. They were sensitive about
poet’s criticism towards them. For his scathing and
sarcastic remarks, Keats was the one who paid.
English magazines sent thick reviews to the poet, which
tore his poems to pieces.
John found his genre in the poetry – the sonnet –
quite early. Throughout his life John was very
demanding of himself. He travelled across
Ireland and Scotland, mountain scenery
awakened his imagination.
(An excerpt from the sonnet written on
the top of the mountain Ben Nevis)
Read me a lesson, Muse, and speak it
Upon the top of Nevis, blind in mist!
I look into the chasms, and a shroud
Vaporous doth hide them; just so much
I wist
Mankind do know of Hell. I look
And there is sullen mist; even so much
Mankind can tell of Heaven…
After returning from the trip,
John was visiting his friend.
There he met Fanny
Browne – the girl who lived
next door. Soon, she became
his Muse and the love of
his life. He dedicated a good
many poems to her.
John Keats : Bright Star
Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art—
Not in lone splendour hung aloft the night And
watching, with eternal lids apart, Like nature's
patient, sleepless Eremite1, The moving waters at
their priestlike task Of pure ablution round
earth's human shores, Or gazing on the new softfallen mask Of snow upon the mountains and the
moors— No—yet still stedfast, still
unchangeable, Pillowed upon my fair love's
ripening breast, To feel forever its soft fall and
swell, Awake forever in a sweet unrest, Still,
still to hear her tender-taken breath, And so live
ever—or else swoon to death.
In 1818 they were
engaged had an
The year after John's health
became worse. In the last years
of his life Keats felt he was
…And when I feel, fair
creature of an hour,
That I shall never look upon
thee more,
Never have relish in the faery
Of unreflecting love; — then
on the shore
Of the wide world I stand
alone, and think
Till love and fame to
nothingness do sink.
He offered Fanny to
divorce her, to which
she disagreed.
His friend Charles Brown cites
the heartbreaking words of the
poet, which he said as he saw the
blood on his handkerchief for the
first time:
«I know the colour of that
blood; it is arterial blood; I
cannot be deceived in that colour;
that drop of blood is my death
warrant. I must die. »
The poet went to Italy in the hope to recover from the disease, but he
lived there only a few months. He was buried in Rome. On the
gravestone, at his request, the inscription says:
"Here lies one whose name was written in water"
After his death for long 10
years Fanny did not take off
the mourning and walked across
the Heath waste reciting his
The first biographer and first publisher of
Keats Richard Monkton Milnes brought
brief life of the poet to a simple formula: "a
Few faithful friends, a few beautiful poems,
passionate love and early death."
The thread of existence was cut short before it
given ...
Pages, like the barn, to accommodate
Countless thoughts Mature grain...
( "When I Have Fears...").
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