whose highbrow language and subject matter were neither readily accessible nor particularly relevant to ordinary people. She"s from Coleridges Romantic poem The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere. The little pastoral poem The Shepherd has a delicate simplicity. Recalling his unhappy times at Christs Hospital School in London, he explained his aspirations for his son, Hartley, who would have the freedom to enjoy his childhood and appreciate his surroundings. She helped him to print the illuminated poetry for which he is remembered today. Starts at the Royal Academy - 1779. We see in Holy Thursday I: These flowers of, london town!
The romanticism of Blake consists in the importance he attached to imagination, in his mysticism and symbolism, in his love of liberty, in his humanitarian sympathies, in his idealization of childhood, in the pastoral setting of many of his poems, and in his lyricism.
In essence, Blake was very much a, romanticist author.
They genuinely thought that they were prophetic figures who could interpret reality. It is not merely the revolutionary spirit that permeates his poetry. The Gothic genre contributed to Coleridges Christabel (1816) and Keatss La Belle Dame Sans Merci (1819). The Romantics renounced the rationalism and order associated with the preceding Enlightenment era, stressing the importance of expressing authentic personal feelings. He maintained that poetry should be democratic; that it should be composed in the language really spoken by men (Preface. The second-generation Romantics, blake, Wordsworth and Coleridge were first-generation Romantics, writing against a backdrop of war. Instead, our feelings and imaginations enable us to recognise Beauty, and it is Beauty that helps us through lifes bleak moments. Blake is one of the major Romantic poets, whose verse and artwork became part of the wider movement of Romanticism in late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth century European Culture. Bring me my chariot of fire. Byrons Childe Harold (1812-1818) described the wanderings of a young man, disillusioned with his empty way of life.