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  1. Introduction
  2. The Romantics' perception of the artist
  3. Shelley's praise of the West Wind
  4. Coleridge: Pouring emotion into his words.
  5. Conclusion

Modern literature has often attempted to put poets into categories, based on the type of literature that they have written for the world. Shelley and Coleridge were regarded as a few of the most prominent Romantic poets, due to the vivid imagery and immense emotions that their works convey. Their writing styles and techniques are infamous for the intense feelings and powerful depictions that they created with their mastery of the English language. Through their use of metaphor, simile and imagery, Shelley and Coleridge have allowed their works to speak to the audience in a way that allows us to truly comprehend the message they wanted to express.

[...] In to the West Shelley vividly describes the activities of the west wind on the earth, in the sky and on the sea, and then expresses his envy for the boundless freedom of the west wind, and his wish to be free like the wind and to scatter his words among mankind. The speaker beseeches the wind to ?make me thy lyre? and to drive his thoughts all across the universe. Shelley specifically makes this stanza of the poem sound like a prayer from the speaker to the wind, begging the wind to be the ?trumpet of a prophecy.? He prays to something that is supernatural and pagan, allowing himself to break free of his chains, and truly speak his mind. [...]


[...] Poems on Pleasure Modern literature has often attempted to put poets into categories, based on the type of literature that they have written for the world. Shelley and Coleridge were regarded as a few of the most prominent Romantic poets, due to the vivid imagery and immense emotions that their works convey. Their writing styles and techniques are infamous for the intense feelings and powerful depictions that they created with their mastery of the English language. Through their use of metaphor, simile and imagery, Shelley and Coleridge have allowed their works to speak to the audience in a way that allows us to truly comprehend the message they wanted to express. [...]

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