His work is still used today and many writers and artists use his work as inspiration. Keats inspired many different types of writers such as books as wildly diverse as Neil Gaiman's graphic novels and science fiction writer Dan Simmons. His poems were great examples of what the Romantic period of poetry was all about. John Keats searches for answers to questions in nature about existence, eternal love and death in his poems and many people enjoyed his straightforward view of death and life itself. He was a great example of having a rough life, but using it to his advantage.
Numerous famous writers and other well-known individuals read and originate inspiration from Walt Whitman’s poems. Various American poets mention Walt Whitman is an inspiration for their creation, indicating appreciation for his pioneering fundamental originality along with the frequently scandalous themes he focused on. “Like Walt Whitman, he heard America singing, and he asserted his rights to sing America black...” (Hughes 870). Therefore, it’s clear that Langston Hughes was profoundly influenced by the work of Walt Whitman. Langston Hughes mentioned Walt Whitman being one of the highest dominant on his poetry.
He served as United States Poet Laureate (2001-2003) and New York State Poet Laureate (2004-2006), one of the most prestigious positions as a poet. He has taught at numerous universities in the United States. His writing is often understandable to the general public, increasing his audience. In both “The Afterlife” and “The History Teacher” by Billy Collins, the poet uses simple topics, tone, and dialect to display similarities within the two poems such as deeper meaning and historical context. Billy Collins heavily manipulates dialect in both of his poems to display historical context such as religion and the No Child Left Behind Act.
Amongst some of the greatest teachers of poetry in the 20th century it is not surprising that Theodore Roethke would be one of the names that is normally quoted. Some of the greatest American poets of the late 20th century have been inspired by his common theatrical classroom style and his passion. Suffering from a spells mental illness that were undiagnosed, Roethke also has an obsession for a lust for life. Although Roethke wrote many diverse body of works, it was "The Waking." that won him 1954 Pulitzer Prize for his poetry Some of his other works famous literature includes "Open House" and "The Far Field."
In the poem the how many are the actions, and the depends are the reactionaries. His style of many of his poems were all about rhythm. Sheldon Silverstein was a man of many talents. He wrote books, children’s stories, music, cartoons, and he was very good at putting symbolism in his poetry. He was a master of using symbols to make his points.
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His novels are constant best sellers. According to Gale Student Resources in Context (2008) readers and critics regard Sparks as “a master in the dramatic fiction genre,” and many consider him as one of the few authors who can write beautiful love stories. His stories are generally famous for being romantic and tender, and for having bittersweet endings (Gale Student Resources in Context, 2008). Sparks said “You’re going to come across people in your life who will say all the right words at the right times. But in the end, it’s always their actions you should judge them by.
His characters were most often males with a sense of adventure. It is sometimes said that his characters embodied everything he wanted to be (biography.com). His many famous novels include: The Call of the Wild, White Fang and Martin Eden. It was from his use of writing techniques like the use of setting, characters and theme that propelled London to become of the most famous writers of all time. In addition to being written by the same author, the settings of both stories are quite similar in terms of area and even climate.
Al-Qassim lived in a very cultured and educated family. As a result of this environment, he got informed with a numerous legendary stories. He uses these legends in his poetry. Especially in the early collections as in 1964 "Songs of routes" and 1965 "Eram." In his poem, " incomplete poem," he employs "Sodom," the legendary town, which is the town that is inhabited by sodomites, the people Lot, the prophet.