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keats' odes

Keats’ Odes: Dominant Themes and Images in “Ode to a Nightingale” and “Ode on a Grecian Urn”

Keats’s odes, on the level of superficial reading can be seen as brilliant rendering of a scene, a season or a mood; the final perfection of English landscape poetry. The two odes, namely, “Ode to a Nightingale” and “Ode on a Grecian Urn” appeal directly to the physical senses through a recognition of the physical […]

autumn

To Autumn: A Study of the Central Images, Themes and Keats’ Poetic Vision

“Ode to Autumn” by John Keats is a short poem which is considered to be the culmination of the poet’s concerns about beauty, truth and permanence. The poem immediately appeals to the physical senses through a voluptuous description of autumn. Nature is seen to bring forth her fruition, leading to a final seasonal maturity, through […]

The FLy by MAnsfield

Katherine Mansfield’s The Fly: Significance of the Fly Episode

Katherine Mansfield’s short story “The Fly” has a unique identity that characterizes the vagueness, the intensity as well as the desire for stability and the lack of it, which is an integral part of the modern world. Time- identified as the worst enemy of man as early as the “carpe-diem” theorists of the renaissance, achieves […]

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