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POET JOHN KEATS 2 Introduction Poet John Keats was the firstborn of Thomas Keats and Frances Jennings; he was born on October 31 st , 1975. Keats’ parents had wedded for around a year before John was born. His father had died in an accident in 1804, 15 th April when he was returning home from visiting his two children in Enfield school. A horse that slipped on cobblestones made him fall on the ground causing his death when John was only eight years old ( Marquess, 2005 ).The paper gives a biography of the poet. Body His father's death impacted greatly on the young man's life. In a more theoretical sense, it formed Keats' understanding of the human condition, both its torment and its misfortune. This disaster and others helped ground Keats' later verse one that thought that it was' excellence and magnificence from the human experience. Her mother got into a second marriage and later separated, having her life feel worn (Keats, 2007). Amid this period, Keats discovered comfort
POET JOHN KEATS 3 and solace in craftsmanship and writing. At Enfield Academy, where he began in the blink of an eye before his father's passing, Keats turned out to be an insatiable reader. He additionally got to be near to the school's headmaster, John Clarke, who served as a kind of a father figure to the stranded understudy and empowered Keats' enthusiasm for writing. John Keats is maybe the most striking career of any English writer. He distributed just fifty-four poems, in three thin volumes and a couple of magazines. At every point in his improvement, he tackled the challenges of an extensive variety of poetic structures from the sonnet, to the Spenserian sentiment. From there to the Miltonic epic, characterizing again their

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