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In a well-focused essay, reveal how such elements as imagery, personification, and structure evoke meaning in "To Autumn." John Keates wields imagery and personification to convey his intended meaning in To Autumn. Keates is portraying autumn as a friend that he’s missed and with those rhetorical elements, readers feel that way as well. Desperately attempting to transport his readers into feeling the presence of autumn the way Keates he does, Keates’ imagery and personification guarantees that all readers will be affected. Keates vivid and descriptive imagery is exceptional in to Autumn. Readers feel as if they are in the story with him, all complimentary and positive adjectives with specificity that leaves no room for error.
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