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  • Beginning And End
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    A Beginning and End Gloria Skins English 101-10/ Perkins Comparison / Contrast A Beginning and End Thesis: There is a reason for all seasons, two of which are spring with its new beginning and autumn with its incipient decline. I. Spring A. Daylight B. Gardens C. Insects D. Color E. Nests F. Migratory birdsG. Coats of animalsH. Rain II. Autumn A. Daylight B. Gardens C. Insects D. Color E. Nests F. Migratory birdsG. Coats of animalsH. Rain Each change and occurrence that takes place during each s...
  • Image Of The Wind And Autumn
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    Without a doubt, poetry allows the reader to observe their surroundings in a new kind of light. Poetry enlightens readers to different heights enabling them to gain new ideas and impressions of the physical world, the society and nature around them. In the poems to be discussed, Ode to Autumn written by John Keats and Ode to the West Wind written by Percy Bysshe Shelley, the reader's eyes are opened to the new world of the season of Autumn. The persona of both poems show great admiration for Aut...
  • Magnificence Of Autumn John Keats
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    The Magnificence of Autumn John Keats, an English poet, was an influential figure of the Romantic Movement. Keats was born in London. In 1816, he became a licensed druggist, but he never practiced the profession. Keats' first published poems appeared in 1816 in the Examiner, a literary periodical edited by the essayist and poet Leigh Hunt. Keats's first book was Poems by John Keats (1817). His second volume, Endymion (1818), was attacked by two of the most influential critical magazines of the t...
  • Poem's Third Stanza
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    "To Autumn" The theme of John Keats' poem, "To Autumn", is that change is both natural and beautiful. The speaker in the poem acknowledges that time passes by, but also asserts that this change usually yields something new and better than what came before. The poem praises the glories of the fall season by using almost every type of imagery to both charm and appeal to the reader. Each of the poem's three stanzas represents the evolving of two different types of change. One type of change shown i...
  • Autumn Season
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    'To Autumn' is a lyrical poem, which propounds the writer's feelings and thoughts on a particularly beautiful day. The poet and the narrator appear to be one and the same and he appears to be the sole spectator of the luscious scenery. Whilst in the first stanza the poem does not speak directly to any one person, but simply describes the scenery, the second stanza seems to be addressing the autumn season itself, 'Who hath not seen thee oft amid thy store?' In the last stanza the poem seems to be...

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