Romantic Poets (Wordsworth (1799: settled in Lake District (1802:…
1799: settled in Lake District
1802: marriage with
1843: was made Poet Laureate
Moved to Somerset near Coleridge
Disillusionment: brutal developments of the French Revolution
Went to live in Dorset with his
1790: he went on a walking tour
in France and in the Alps
Fell in love
: Saint John's Colledge (Cambridge)
: 1770 in Cumberland (
1820-first trip to italy
1821-Died in Rome
1820- Synthoms of tubercolosys
early death of his parents
Wants to become a surgeon(1810)
-born in London in 1795
second generation of romanticism
(Devonshire 1772 - Londra 1834)
He met William Wordsworth and togheter wrote 'Lyrical Ballads'.
After his experience with Wordsworth, he went to London where he produced Biographia Literaria in 1817.
education: he went to Cambridge but he has never gratuated.
His dream is an utopian society called 'Pantisocracy', which represented socialism ideals and where private propriety doesn't exists.
he was influenced by French Revolution
he was disappointed by the violence of French Revolution