Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Ode to the West Wind by Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lines Composed a Few M

Ode to the westside Wind by Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lines Composed a fewer Miles Above Tintern Abbey by WordsworthThe two chosen pieces both have a dominant theme of nature. Shelley, in his poem Ode to the West Wind, uses poignant tone, time using personification and imagery to unravel his theme of nature. While Wordsworths ...Tintern Abbey contains a governing theme of nature, Wordsworth uses first person narration, illusive imagery, as hale as an amiable tone to avow his connection to nature.In his poem, Ode to the West Wind, Shelley uses a poignant and heart-rending tone to describe the power of nature and to a greater extent specifically the wind. Shelleys reference to the wind, as the sister of Spring and a Maenad, shows how the wind is like a woman, spontaneous and free, with the liberty to be a gentle soul or a vicious amazon. He sees the wind with wonderment, and at the same time respects it and or even fears it. Shelly not only uses tone to pull his conception of natu re, but he goes on to use personification to specify the strength and vigor the wind possesses. He gives the wind human characteristics by referring to the wind as her and she. For example, Her clarion over the dreaming earth, and fill (Driving confection buds like flocks to feed in air) With loving hues and odors plain and hill, can be paralleled with a woman tending to her garden with love and devotion. Along with a heart-rending tone and personification Shelley uses imagery to d...

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