It is said that hid works had been inspired by an event in Byron 's life. Byron’s influences are shown in the volumes Poe wrote. Many volumes that he wrote were also based on his live and the events he went through. Such as the poem “Virginia” he wrote after his wife’s death. Byron is still considered one of the greatest British poets who remains widely read and influential to people today, along with Poe.
Victor Hugo was known as a free thinking republican Victor Hugo’s independent writings comes from this way of living. Victor Hugo 's political views affected everything about his writings the ton the length the subject he wrote better when he was in exile
It was edited by edited Sitwell. A member of a prominent literary family in England her brother, osbert Sitwell , had been a friend of Owen and Sassoon in 1931 a expanded edition with twenty –nine poems was published, together with a introduction by Edmund Blunden another notable British poet who had served in continued to inspire later generations of poets such as cecil day Lewis who in 1964 edited the collected poems of Wilfred Owen which included seventy-nine
These early stories anticipate his develop method and his anxiety for values in a degenerate and detached world. Be that as it may, it was The Torrents of Spring, which showed up in 1926, that built up him as an author of notoriety. His worldwide notoriety was solidly secured by his next three books, The Sun Also Rises, Men Without Women and A Goodbye to Arms. This was just the start of an illustrious career, with an amazing yield of a few books and short stories, an accumulation of lyrics and The Fifth Column, a
In his timeless poem, “The World Is Too Much With Us”, William Wordsworth bemoans the state of the world and how people so ignore creation. Wordsworth was an English poet in the in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. His childhood was a traumatic time as he moved from one place to another after the tragic death of his mother. As he grew older, so did his passion for poetry and he soon published in a magazine when he was only seventeen. Despite stains on his character, including a relationship out of marriage, he continues to be revered as one of the greatest poets from that period of history.
Jose Vazquez Professor Dorsey English 2323 May 5, 2017 Robert Browning’s “My Last Duchess” & “Porphyria’s Lover” Browning lived in the Victorian age in which love was written from complexities in the mind. He became a master in the style of Dramatic Monologue producing his best works out of all his writings, “My Last Duchess” and “Porphyria’s Lover”.
Masefield found his identity in love of life and compassion for all that live it (356). John Masefield was born in 1878, and trained to go to sea (“John Masefield” par 1). Masefield is a British poet, which is crucial to the setting of the poem, “Sea Fever” (par 1). John Masefield received the title of British Poet Laureate in 1930 (par 1). Masefield best known poem, “Sea Fever” labeled him as a romantic (Drew 358).”
Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman are the most representative and brilliant poets of the nineteenth century and in the American literature in general. However, we can also say that, between them, they have the most different styles of writing they can have, just as well as their lives. For example, as Christenbury (n.d.) stated, firstly that Walt Whitman was someone “[…] who struggled to get his poems published and who developed a broad admiring audience during his lifetime. In contrast, the reclusive Emily Dickinson died unknown to the world of poetry, leaving a box full of unpublished poems”. Nevertheless, we can find some similarities in their lives, for example, both of them lived in a difficult historical period: on the one hand Emily Dickinson, who was born the 10th of December of 1830 and on the other hand, Walt Whitman, who was born the 31st of May of 1819, lived the period of the American civil war.
Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893), is a French author of the naturalistic school who is regarded as the greatest short story writer. Though he didn 't originate the short story genre, he promoted it. Maupassant was a prolific writer, between 1880 and 1890 he wrote around three hundred short stories. He was a master of his works and many of his famous works were associated with caustic endings.
In addition to his poetry, Yeats devoted significant creative energy in writing plays. According to the official Nobel Prize website, Yeats was selected for his always inspiring poetry, which in a highly artistic form gives expression to the spirit of a whole nation. The publications of ‘Last Poems’ and ‘Two Plays’, after his death, cemented his legacy as a leading poet and playwright. He died in 1939 and is remembered as one of the most significant modern poets of all times.
Edgar Allan Poe grew up in Boston for 3 years, but was later moved to Richmond, Virginia for the rest of his life. He was poor for his whole life. This was up until he became a well-known writer/poet. Edgar’s pieces were mysterious, intense, and horrifying. It is said that he wrote stories like these so that he would not go
Ray Bradbury, a Pulitzer Prize winner, is one of the most notable authors of the 20th century. Although he wrote over 30 novels and countless of other writings, his novel, Fahrenheit 451, is his claim to fame. Fahrenheit 451 is a novel about a faux utopia without books. His novel is a critical thinking piece that criticizing censorship. Ray Bradbury’s cultural significance stems from his audacious nerve to simply release his novel.
Francis Scott Fitzgerald: The best writer of the 20th Century Francis Scott Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1896 in Paul, Minn, US. Was the only son of an unsuccessful aristocratic father and energetic mother. His intensely romantic imagination led him what he once called “ A heightened sensitivity to the promise of life”. The most important alteration in his life was when he began to drink too much that almost conduct him to came close to begin an incurable alcoholic. All of this was by the battle lost to keep his life with Zelda.
Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most influential and well-known authors in American history. Poe’s short stories remain recognized throughout American literature for their gothic approach, tall tales, and his recognition style to solving mysteries. Throughout his lifetime, Edgar Allan Poe endured various tragic experiences such as losing his parents at the age of three years old and losing his foster-mother at the age of 20 years old. Even though his literary works and techniques were vastly unique, after his death, some critics argued that they were not quite unique at all; instead, they argued, Poe’s inspiration derived from his own life experiences. These stories, which seem to blur the lines between Poe’s real life and his storytelling are
Raymond Carver is said to be one the most influential American writers and poets in the 20th century, especially in his works of short stories. One of his most famous pieces is “Cathedral.” This well-known short story is the final piece in Carver’s collection Cathedral published in 1983. Carver includes much symbolism through the story’s plot, structure, point of view, tone, and character build. The depictions of each character’s experiences, the irony in the story, and hearing the narrator’s point of view in “Cathedral” work in harmony to support its themes that prejudice and ignorance as well as the nature of reality are present and change throughout the course of the story, and all lead to a strong character development by the close.