P B Shelley || Percy Bysshe Shelley | English Romantic poet | Biography, Books, Writings & Quotes | Learning The Easy way


P B Shelley:

P B Shelley was an English Romantic poet. He was a revolutionary poet. His full name was Percy Bysshe Shelley. He was born in 1792. He was the  poet of Hope and Regeneration. 

He liked Keats very much. He was expelled from Oxford University for atheism.

He was also known as a Lyrical poet or Poet of Wind.  Shelley was drowned while he was crossing the Adriatic sea. He died in 1822 at the age of 29 in  Italy.

Famous books of poem:

1. The Revolt of Islam

2. Adonais

3. A defense of Poetry

4. The Necessity of Atheism

5. Cenci

Famous Play / Tragedy:

1. Prometheus Unbound

Famous Poems:

1. Ode to the West Wind

2. Ode to Skylark

3. Ozymandias

4. When Soft Voices Die

5. The Cloud

6. Queen Mab

7. Alaster

8. The Masque of Anarchy

Famous quotes of P B Shelley:

1) If winter comes
               Can spring be far behind? ( Ode to the West Wind )

2) My name is Ozymandias, King of king. (Ozymandias)

3) Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest thought. (Ode to Skylark)

4) The more we study, the more we discover our ignorance.

5. We look before and after and pine for what is not.

6. Fear not the future, weep not for the past.

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