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Frequently asked poets in VHSL academic team

20th century symbolic Irish poet who won the Noble prize for literature and wrote The Second Coming, Easter 1916, and Brown Penny William Butler Yeats
19th Century English Romantic Lyricist poet who wrote Ode on a Grecian Urn and Eve of St. Anges John Keats
18-19th century English Romantic poet who wrote the Prelude and Tinturn Abby William Wordsworth
English poet of the Romantic Era wrote Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Kubla Khan Samuel Taylor Coleridge
19th century English Romantic poet, died young, hung out with Lord Byron, married the author of Frankenstein, and wrote Ode to the West Wind and To a Skylark Percy Shelly
19th Century English Romantic poet wrote Don Juan, Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, and She Walks in Beauty Lord Byron
20th century American poet who wrote tulips and chimneys and was know for odd capitalization and punctuation e. e. cummings
19th century American poet who wrote Paul Revere's Ride, The Song of Hiawatha, and Evangeline. Henry Longfellow
English Metaphysical poet (the only Metaphysical poet they ask) John Donne
19th century American poet who wrote about death and dying with those words often in the titles Emily Dickinson
19th century British poet who wrote The Charge of the Light Brigade and Crossing the Bar Alfred Lord Tennyson
19th century French poet and novelist (known mostly for his novels Hunchback of Notre Dame and Les Miserables) considered the greatest French poet of all times Victor Hugo
20th century French anarchist poet Andre Breton
20th century American poet of the Beat generation who wrote Howl Allen Ginsberg
Wrote Elegy in a Country Churchyard Thomas Gray
20th century Chilean poet who greatly inspired Gabriel Garcia Marquez Pablo Neruda
20th century African American poet born in Joplin Missouri who wrote jazz poetry and greatly influenced the Harlem Renaissance Langston Hughes
20-21st century African American poet who wrote I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Maya Angelou
19th century American poet who wrote Leaves of Grass, O Captain, My Captain, and I Hear America Singing Walt Whitman
18-19th century English poet who wrote The Tyger (the spelling is correct) William Blake
18th century Scottish poet considered the national poet of Scotland who wrote Auld Lang Syne Robert Burns
German poet who wrote Faust Goethe
13-14th century Italian poet who wrote the Divine Comedy Dante
Greek poet who wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey Homer
20th century American poet who wrote The Road Not Taken and Mending Wall. Famous quote: "Good fences make good neighbors. Robert Frost
19th century American poet who wrote The Raven among other short stories and poems Edgar Allen Poe
English Victorian era poet who wrote How do I Love Thee Elizabeth Barrett Browning
20th century American poet who wrote Light in the Attic and Where the Sidewalk Ends Shel Silverstein
20th century poet and novelist who wrote the Bell Jar (novel) and killed herself Sylvia Plath
American poet and political essayist who wrote the Wasteland T.S. Elliot
20th century Welsh poet who wrote Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night Dylan Thomas
16-17th century English poet and playwright who is considered the greatest English language writer and wrote 38 plays and 154 sonnets William Shakespeare
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