Cite examples of potent imagery or figurative

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Cite examples of potent imagery or figurative language in the poem. I don’t understand this question? Are you talking about cite examples from the poem La Belle Dame sans Merci.
Student Guide Questions Answer the following questions in complete sentences. 1. What other elements of romanticism do you see in the poem? Support your answer. There is a dream like visionary to the poem and sympathy of nature with the individual. There is a magical touch to the feelings of desolation of the knight who changes that are reflected by nature. Such as Alone and palely loitering… And on thy cheeks a fading rose… Fast withereth, too The knight describe his love as a faery who… 2. Which of the interpretations of “La Belle Dame sans Merci” appeals most to you? Why? Explain your answer, or, if none of the interpretations pleases you, create your own. The interpretation of La Belle Dame sans Merci appeals to me most is that is French and is a poem based on a beautiful lady without mercy. To me is a central idea of a poem based on beauty and that our own illusion about it can deceive us.
Activity 3: "Ode on Melancholy": Poetic Elements and Theme (ONLINE) Instructions Use the space below to take notes as you work through the online activity. How are the two poems by Keats similar?

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