Modern and Post-Modern Poets20 terms
villanelle Dylan Thomas, the author of "Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night", used this kind of poem. True True/False: D. H. Lawrence can be read on a psychological level, a sexual level, and a literal level. "The Soldier", by Rupert Brooks This poem states, "If I should die, think only this of me: That some corner of a foreign field will … "The Age of Auden" The Modern age can also be called... William Butler Yeats This poet is associated with the Irish Renaissance. (FULL NAME) Thoreau Yeats makes allusions to this American author in "The Lake Isle of Innisfree". Wilfred Owens This is the author of "Dulce et Decorum Est."
English III Honors: 2011 Final Exam Review128 terms
Sons of Ben This was a nickname for the Cavalier poets of the 17th century. The name is derived from the name of… Carpe Diem Literally translated, this means "seize the day". This should automatically be associated with the C… Cavalier poets These poets use themes of loyalty to the king, love, and honor. John Suckling This man was the author of "Why So Pale and Wan?" Why so Pale and Wan In this poem by John Suckling, the speaker chides a young man for thinking too much of a young woman… To Althea, From Prison This quintessentially Cavalier poem by Richard Lovelace uses extensive prison imagery to explore the… Stone walls a prison do not make A famous line from "To Althea, from Prison", by Richard Lovelace