The primary focus of John Keats' poem "When I Have Fears" is the fear of running out of time, which leads, eventually, to death. Other fears the poet addresses are of not experiencing love or beauty and of not seeing his... More »

The theme of the poem "To Autumn" by John Keats is the season of autumn personified. Keats describes the sights, sounds and activities of autumn. Although Keats never called "To Autumn" an ode, it resembles his other ode... More »

John Keats' poem "To Autumn" is a simple verse in praise of the fall season, focusing on its combination of fruitful harvest and coming hibernation of the planet's wildlife, as the swallows prepare to migrate and the flo... More »

The theme of the poem "To Autumn" by John Keats is the season of autumn personified. Keats describes the sights, sounds and activities of autumn. Although Keats never called "To Autumn" an ode, it resembles his other ode... More »

John Keats' poem "To Autumn" is a simple verse in praise of the fall season, focusing on its combination of fruitful harvest and coming hibernation of the planet's wildlife, as the swallows prepare to migrate and the flo... More »

John Keats' poem "Endymion" is based on the Greek myth of the shepherd Endymion who spent the majority of his life in a sleep/dream state. Book I sets the stage for the story by vividly describing the things Endymion see... More »

When writing literary analysis essays, first find any literary devices the author has implemented in the story or poem. Choosing the top three devices used, then find examples of each to bolster the argument in the essay... More »

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