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Katelyne MaroneyMay 23rd 2020IHUM 202 Section 5Ode on a Grecian Urn Response PaperThere are so many themes that can be seen relating to time and eternity while reading andstudying Ode on a Grecian Urn. John Keats does an incredible job at using pictures on the Urn todescribe different scenarios that all can relate to this theme. Through reading Ode on a GrecianUrn, we can find examples of how art and poetry are like examples in the poem, “frozen intime.”The scene in the second stanza starts with the main speaker looking at a different pictureon the urn from the first stanza. The picture takes place underneath the trees on what we canpresume is a nice day with a couple laying underneath the tree. The girl is listening to the boyplay on his pipes melodies that are “sweeter than regular melodies” because these melodies are“unheard” of. The boy also cannot kiss the girl but is not defeated since he knows that her beauty
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