Neruda used these opportunities as stepping stones to publish his own book Crepusculario in 1923 and his most well-known and translated collection of works: Twenty Love Poems and A Song of Despair. Not only was Neruda a prominent poet, he was also a politician for varying parties over the years, including honorary consulships around the world. Following the Spanish Civil War, Neruda developed strong political feelings and association with the Republican Party. He voiced his political opinions and ideas through his poetry, creating more and more
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born on St. Paul, Minnesota, United States in September 24, 1896. He was a great American short story writer and novelist. He was part of the society of 1920, the "Lost Generation", a generation were many writers were part of it during World War 1. He wrote many novels and book, the most Famous were The Great Gatsby, The Side of Paradise, The Beautiful and the Dammed, etc. He was on the "Jazz Age", some of his work show it.
He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on September 26. He was educated at Harvard University where he received his Bachelors and Master degrees, and he was contributed many poems to the Harvard Advocate. One of the famous poems in his Poetry Collection was “Prufrock” found in “Prufrock and Other Observations” is “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”, written by T.S. Eliot, was the most notable poetry in 1915. The poem was published in 1917, and is considered to be the most influential Modernist poem portraying the most quintessential Modernist character.
Despite Camus separating himself from existentialism, he impersonated the best-known question pertaining existentialism in the twentieth era, and was awarded as the 1957 Nobel Prize for literature. Later, the Nobel committee became much concerned with Camus’ approach of trying to illuminate the major human problems during that time, hence he was considered as a champion of literature for being an imaginative writer because of his insight through philosophy and the moral truth that made him to be honored by the generation of that period. Through his writing and authoring of his novels, he became more famous, and his philosophical perspectives became useful to all up to date. Defining in his own way, Camus as a philosophical writer conceived his original view of world and
By the 1920s Frost became America’s most important poets and would win the Pulitzer Prize in 1924. It is known that his most famous moment in history is the honor of reading a poem for the inauguration of John F. Kennedy. At the age of 88, Frost passed away on January 29, 1963. Frost was and still is considered one of America’s greatest poets for his literature and since his death his reputation has not diminished. Writing in 1999, Joyce Carol Oates stated, “Frost influence is so persuasive in American poetry, like Whitman’s, as to be beyond assessment.
Naguib Mahfouz’s Life Experiences Generally regarded as one of modern Egypt’s leading literary figures, Naguib Mahfouz is the first ever Arabic author to be awarded the 1988 Nobel Prize in literature. He is recognized for his stories and novels in which he creates psychological portraits of characters whose personal struggles mirror the social, political, religious, and cultural concerns confronting Egypt. Naguib Mahfouz was first recognized during the mid 1900s for a series of novels set in his hometown city, Cairo (“Naguib Mahfouz- Biography”). During this time, many controversial things were happening throughout Egypt, and this made him view things differently. Throughout his childhood, he was surrounded by intense political disagreement
In these works Shaw analyzed training, marriage, religion, government, medicinal services, and class benefit.. In 1938 he won the Oscar recompense for Best Screenplay for his film adjustment of Pygmalion (which is situated in the mid twentieth century, toward the end of the Victorian period in Britain) featuring Leslie Howard and Wendy Hiller.Shaw roused endless creators and writers and turned into a standout amongst the most well known dramatists of his time, implanting incongruity and mind into his more than fifty plays, a large portion of which are still underway today. An ardent picture taker, social reformer, ladies ' rights advocate, comedian, prevalent open speaker, vegetarian, accomplished music and theater faultfinder, the term Shavian is presently utilized as a part of reference to all things Shaw. BRIEF ABOUT PYGMALION Two old men of honor meet in the downpour one night at Covent Garden. Educator Higgins is a researcher of
1. Introducing the poet Alfred Edward Housman (26 March 1859 – 30 April 1936) was one of the foremost English classical scholar and poet. He was most renowned for . He was appointed Professor of Latin at University College London and then at Cambridge as he had built his reputation by publishing as a scholar. His editions of Juvenal, Manilius and Lucan are considered by many to be his magnum opus.
In Darwish 's school celebration of the Israeli Independence Day, Mahmoud Darwish actually recited his first poem which was entitled: A letter to my Jewish brother. That was his first poem ever which started in the fifties. Later, Darwish became a seasoned poet and he had a very important role to play in the National Palestinian Movement as a prominent poet, thinker and intellectual who had much to do with the development of Palestinian political and literary consciousness. His frequent imprisonments only served to enhance his poetic abilities .In 1964, Darwish had the courage to challenge not only the Israelis but the whole world who was engaged in a conspiracy of silence about Palestine, he expressed his identity clearly and ferociously addressing his interrogator: "Write down: I am an Arab! And my identity card is number fifty thousand, I have eight children and the ninth is coming after a summer.
He employed fifty-two poets to translate into Hindi, the stories of Indian heroes, heroines and from the various Puranas and the epics Ramayana and Mahabharata. They produced literature covering a wide range of topics, forms and thought, although the bulk of literature was, in fact, the reproduction and recreation of the past heroic characters in lively forms, possibly to tinker and articulate whatever vital was lying dormant in our social consciousness. These men of letters formed an integral part of the establishment of the Guru. They discussed, deliberated analyzed and evaluated in a atmosphere of freedom and fearlessness. They provided leadership to the people in the domain of thought as also shaped the public opinion.