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  1. Johnald "John" Charles Keating (known by his students as “Captain” or Mr. Keating) was a former student at Welton Academy. He served as Welton Academy's English Teacher in 1959. John Keating was born in 1927. He was a student at Welton Academy from 1941-1944. During this time he became Captain of the Varsity Soccer team, editor of the school annual, and was voted the 'man most likely to do ...

  2. Keats’s ode addresses the age-old and universal theme of the cycle of life, using the metaphor of the seasons to depict the human experience of growing to maturity and dying. In speaking of autumn, Keats explores the heightened awareness of one’s mortality that often comes in the midst of our most vital moments.

  3. Born in 1795, John Keats was an English Romantic poet and author of three poems considered to be among the finest in the English language. Occasions autumn Themes

  4. Early in 1819, Keats left his poorly paid position as dresser (or assistant house surgeon) at Guy's Hospital, Southwark, London to completely devote himself to a career in poetry.

  5. Ark John Keats is a very proud member of the successful Ark network of schools. Our curriculum is academic, planned to prepare pupils for the best universities by emphasising mastery of knowledge and skills. Our teaching staff are experts in their subject areas and all staff at the academy share a commitment to upholding the highest expectations.

  6. Keats House Hampstead was the home of John Keats from December 1818 until he left for Rome in August 1820. Built circa 1815 and originally named Wentworth Place, the house reflected the gradual suburbanization of Hampstead village then taking place.

  7. The sonnet, To The Nile, by John Keats, has been written in the Petrarchan style. This contains an ocatave (the first eight lines) rhyming abbaabba and a sestet (next six lines) rhyming cdcdcd. In this sonnet, Line number 9 marks a change of thought.

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