To Autumn

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  • Created on: 01-09-16 16:41
When was this poem written
In the Romantic period when senses and the meaning of life where celebrated
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What are two semantic fileds in the first two stanzas
Plenty- load, bend with apples, swell,fume of poppies and Fruit-apples,trees,core,flowers
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What is the structure of the stanzas
First is the beginning of autumn, the second is harvest and the last is the end of autumn
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What is the semantc field in the final stanzas
death and sorrow- wailfil,sinking,dies,mourn
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When did Keats die and how does it relate
He was 25 and his poems are about the shortness of life and how it must end
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What three sense are explored in each stanzas and a quote
First is taste, "And fill all fruit with ripeness to the core" Second is sight, "Thou wtachest the last oozings hours by hours" Third is sound " where are the songs of Spring?"
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Plenty- load, bend with apples, swell,fume of poppies and Fruit-apples,trees,core,flowers

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