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What is the name of the solitary reaper?


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Scottish Maiden? Highland lass?

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When was The Solitary Reaper created?

The Solitary Reaper was created in 1807.


What are the example of personification in the solitary reaper?

personification in this poem


What harm will be caused to the poem if you make it only 'Solitary Reaper' instead of 'The Solitary Reaper'?

the poet William Wordsworth has pointed out a particular reaper. It is not any other solitary reaper except her. So 'the' word points to that very solitary reaper whom the poet had seen.


Who wrote solitary reaper?

William Wordsworth was the writer of the poem THE SOLITARY REAPER.


What similes did William Wordsworth use in the poem solitary reaper?

He didnt use any similes in the solitary reaper


In solitary reaper what was the reaper doing as she sang?

the reaper was cutting and binding the grain as she sang.


Figure of speech in Solitary Reaper?

Personification is used in "Solitary Reeper."


When was the solitary reaper written?

1805


When was the poem the solitary reaper published?

The Solitary Reaper by William Wordsworth was written on the 5th of November, 1805. It was published in the year 1807.


What is the significance of the title The Solitary Reaper?

The title "the solitary reaper " signifies the reaper whom the poet, William wordsworth had seen in Scotland when he was passing by a field. There the reaper was all alone in the field, singing as she was cutting and binding the grains.


What kind of poem is the solitary reaper?

romantic


How does the song of the solitary reaper effect the poet?

no


What kind of the poem is the solitary reaper?

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What are the poetic devices used in the solitary reaper?

metaphor


Which is the figure of speech in the poem the solitary reaper?

personification


Where is the solitary reaper working?

The solitary reaper is working, cutting and binding grain, and at the same time singing a sad strain. She is standing single in the field, on a deep mountain valley.


What is the solitary reaper singing in Wordworth poem?

She sang a melancholy song.


Why did William Wordsworth compare the song of a nightingale with the solitary reaper in the poem Solitary Reaper?

William Wordsworth compared the solitary reaper's singing to the nightingale because to him her singing was even better than the nightingale. The poet was in Scotland and was very tired and exhausted when he saw the reaper alone in the field cutting and binding the grain. he compared himself to the weary band of travellers and the reaper to the nightingale. During such unfavourable circumstances the nightingale's song is really soothing.but the poet realized that the solitary reaper's singing was even more soothing and comforting.


What made wordsworth to write solitary reaper?

Wordsworth wrote ''THE REAPER'' because he had lot of stress so he wrote about the major problem. THE REAPER was a way to say humans and people at that time were like the grim reaper because they were polluting the environment. hope that answered your question.


How does William Wordsworth use repetition to show strong feeling or emotion?

he decribed this in is poem solitary reaper


What literary devices are used in the solitary reaper?

'breaking the silence of the seas Amoung the farthest Hebrides.' (hyperbole)


In the poem Solitary reaper to whom does the poet says 'Stop here or gently pass?

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Review of solitary reaper?

william words worth is a romantic poet.he makes the field into averiety mood.


What is the meaning of melancholy strain in solitary reaper?

A melancholy strain means a sad song sung by someone.


What is solitary reaper mthenolagy?

"The Solitary Reaper" is a ballad by English Romantic poet William Wordsworth, and one of his best-known works in English literature. In it, Wordsworth describes in the first person, present tense, how he is amazed and moved by a Scottish Highlands girl who sings as she reaps grain in a solitary field. Composed in 1805, the poem was first published in Poems, in Two Volumes