John Keats’s “To Autumn” and Susan Hartley Swett’s “July.”
Compare and contrast John Keats’s “To Autumn” and Susan Hartley Swett’s “July.” In your response, make sure you include the answers to the following questions:
How does each depict its respective season?
What type of and language does each poet use?
How do the images and language relate to the themes of the poems?
The poem” To Autumn” by Keats is simply an explanation of nature as depicted. According to this poem, it simply states that nature should be received with no judgment. However Keats mainly addresses autumn as friendly and also a conspirator in the first stanza, he insists that it works perfectly with the sun so as to bring fullness on the ripeness of the fruit. Autumn is viewed to be a reaper asleep; in simple, the poet lays an emphasis on the activities of autumn. In the third stanza which is the last stanza of autumn……………..
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