An Analysis Of John Keats's To Autumn

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Introduction ‘To Autumn’ is among one the most famous excellent odes written by John Keats. Even though there is no critical or historical background in the poem, ‘To Autumn’ is a unique poem. It somehow represents the sequence of life, starting with the birth and ending with the death. Autumn is pictured as a warm and enjoyable season. The Fall is a very distinctive season, with several diverse features that make it different from the rest of the seasons and It is full of varied, sensual characteristics which add to its enchantment as an exclusive season. This great ode was the last poem he wrote before he died of tuberculosis. However, this ode is so much different from other works of him. Firstly, there is no tour from reality or deviation into imagination or dream, in fact, there 's no narrative voice the least bit. Secondly, it has an exceptional stress and a memorial of modification and progress, not only through the season, however through all mortal events. Whereas the title implies a development through the season, the lyric poem additionally has references to an aging day, and even personal maturity. In this essay, it is explored how ‘To Autumn’ develops from the stage of harvesting in the autumn to the stage of stillness and then to the stage of death in the coming winter. And also in that evolution from ripeness to matureness and then death, Keats presents the idea that to enjoy life at every moment, even in the time of inevitable
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