Ode To Autumn - ENC 1102 O D E T O AUTU M N CRITICAL ANALYSIS BY HAITHAM MELLOULI PROF NELSON Mellouli 1 OUTLINE I Synopsis In this section I will

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Mellouli ODE TO AUTUMN CRITICAL ANALYSIS BY: HAITHAM MELLOULI PROF. NELSON 11/1/2007 E N C 1 1 0 2
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OUTLINE I. Synopsis In this section I will discuss the plot, setting, and character of the poem that will also include reasons surrounding john Keats life that may have influenced this poem. II. Analysis Analyze theme, diction and imagery of this poem. Start with theme and continue on to diction and then imagery III. Personal opinion Plug in my personal opinion about the poem and certain life experiences that may relate to this poem.
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Mellouli 2 ODE TO AUTUMN SYNOPSIS Poet always found ways to creatively write about things they love. Those things could be a special someone, an abject, or often in period of romanticism, nature. John Keats, A major English Poet, wrote dearly about the nature that he loved very much (Encarta). A famous poem written by John Keats was called an Ode To autumn. This poem was part of a series of 5 odes that he written. Ode to autumn was written at the near of his life’s end. In this poem, Keats describes autumn as “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness…” (Line 1). This paper will go in detail and analyze the theme, diction, and
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course ENC ENC 1102 taught by Professor Nelson during the Fall '07 term at Seminole CC.

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Ode To Autumn - ENC 1102 O D E T O AUTU M N CRITICAL ANALYSIS BY HAITHAM MELLOULI PROF NELSON Mellouli 1 OUTLINE I Synopsis In this section I will

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