Famous Italian poets include Dante Alighieri, Petrarch and Eugenio Montale. Dante Alighieri and Petrarch both lived in the Renaissance between the 13th and 14th centuries, while Eugenio Montale is one of Italy's most cel... More »

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Jose Rizal, Jose Garcia Villa and Francisco Balagtas are three of the most prominent poets in Philippine history. Jose Rizal's most famous poem is "Mi Ultimo Adios," while Francisco Balagtas is known for his "Florante at... More »

Some famous Hispanic poets include Octavio Paz, Pablo Neruda and Frederico Garcia Lorca. These three poets rank as some of the most respected and influential writers of the 20th century. More »

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In Dante Alighieri's "Inferno," the term "grafter" refers to a person who sells political favor for monetary gain. A grafter was also called a "barrator." More »

Following in the footsteps of their Romantic forefathers, Victorian poets focused on themes of skepticism and distrust of organized religion. Their poetry is imbued with a fascination of the occult and mysterious. Howeve... More »

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Sparknotes offers poetry study guides for many classical poets. As of 2015, Sparknotes offers poetry guides for 24 authors and the poetry collections of those authors. Some of the study guides are partial collections. More »

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Jose Rizal, Jose Garcia Villa and Francisco Balagtas are three of the most prominent poets in Philippine history. Jose Rizal's most famous poem is "Mi Ultimo Adios," while Francisco Balagtas is known for his "Florante at... More »