Ode

This poetry format originated in Ancient Greece and was passed down to other cultures. An ode in English typically follows a rhyming pattern of ABABCDECDE. Keats and Shelley were two poets that often used this format.

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Ode

Message of the poem ode to duty?

an ode is a poem of praise and compliment..

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How long are odes?

An Ode is 10 lines in each Stanza

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What are the figures of speech and metaphors used in 'Ode to Autumn' by John Keats?

The main metaphor is the depiction of Autumn as a person in the middle stanza. Other metaphors include the description of the buzzing of a swarm of gnats as a choir. Figures of speech include the "songs of Spring" and the music of Autumn.

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What are some examples of Philippine ballads?

bato bato pik!

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What are the figure of speech used in Ode to autumn?

How can I know that ? Iam come to here cuz I want know the answer . not answer it

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What is the difference between sonnet and ode?

Well, a sonnet is a poem composed of 14 lines and it has to rhyme, and an ode is a poem in the form of an address to a particular subject. A sonnet is more strict (having 14 lines, 10 syllables per line, and having to rhyme). An ode does not rhyme and it's often musical (think about Ode to Joy).

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What are the Metaphors used in Ode to the west wind?

In line 54, Shelley dramatically cries "I fall upon the thorns of life! I bleed!" This metaphor* signifies that the author is willing to throw himself at the difficult and grueling portions in life in order to accomplish what he needs to write. * A metaphor is figure of speech that makes a comparison between two unlike things

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What is the theme of solitude by ella wheeler Wilcox?

The main theme is the cruelty of humanity. When you are in a joyful mood, people want to keep your compamy since they want a share of happiness. However if you are sowncast and gloomy, people tend to avoid you due to their desire to avoid pain and seek happiness. The world is like an echo, which responds and resounds to happiness. When there is sadness and melancholy, 'solitude' (as indicated in the title) is the only thing you are with left.

One message that the author is trying to point out is that, we have to be self-reliant and that there are things that we have to do alone, like bearing pain since no one is willing to shoulder your burden. Keeping ourselves cheerful is very important since you are the only one who can shed light into your own life.

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What are the last two lines of ''Ode on a Grecian Urn'' by john keats?

"Beauty is truth, truth beauty," - that is all
Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.

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The summary to the poem human seasons written by john keats?

why the poem is telling that spring is lusty

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What is the summary of Ode to Thanks?

Ode to thanks is an ode to a thing, a word. The author expresses his gratitude to the word thanks while reflecting on the all the good this simple word produces. This poem shows the imposrtance of a little word, how it can affect people and where it can be found. Also, it makes known that the word thanks has a special power and send a powerful message. It actually talks about the word thanks rathr than thanking something. Despite being a little word, the word thanks is really important beacuse it affects its surroundings, causes changes, brings people toguether, mankes others feel happy, it's nice, ad finally, this word fills the mouth, mind and heart od people.

by Lissy K. Regalado Lopez

03/22/12

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Which of the following is not part of the writing process A postwriting B revising C prewriting D drafting?

Communication

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What figure of speech used by the author in Psalm of life?

life is but an empty dream- metaphor

dust thou art to dust returnest- biblical allusion genesis 3:19

still like muffled drums are beating-simile

trust no future however pleasant -personification

let the dead past bury its dead-personification

sailing over life's solemn main- metaphor

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What is a summary of the poem Youth and age?

This philosophical poem has been composed by Coleridge. The poet is known for his imaginative poetry. In these lines he compares and contrasts youth and old age. In youth, man's life is full of pleasure and excitement. In old age it is laden with sorrow and misery. He remembers sweet memories of his youth and expresses deep regret over the loss of youth. He points out that every thing was so gay and pleasant when he was young. But with the passage of time, physical part of his personality has undergone a big change. His soul, and mind remained the same but the body has lost its vigour and energy. So he laments this change from youth to old age.

Youth is the sunshine, the spring time of life, which feeds on hope and ambitious tomorrow. It is the touch-stone that makes even bitter moments of our life cheerful. The poet says that when he was young he enjoyed the company of nature and poetry. He was very active, energetic and fearless. His body obeys all his commands briskly.

He was afraid of nothing and could look into the eyes of storms. He enjoyed love, liberty and friendship which were all the blessings of youth. But now he is an old man with grey hair and bent back. He expresses deep sorrow because he thinks youth has left him alone and helpless. However he is unwilling to accept the idea that he has really grown old.

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What is the setting of Ode on a Grecian Urn?

XSS

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Do you have a summary of An evening in Guanima?

This book consists of short stories, in order to get a summary of this book specify which soty or read the enitre book and make your own summary of the different stories.

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Does Pablo Neruda have any hobbies?

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How many movies has Pablo Neruda been in?

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G C and B are?

coplanar

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Who wrote the alcorn ode?

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What are metaphors used in ode to a nightingale?

Metaphors:

· 'The viewless wings of Poesy' (stanza 4, line 3): Poetry cannot obviously have any wings literally. By using this metaphor, the poet wants to say how he wants to escape with the bird using the fastest method possible, on the wings one his poetry through his imagination.

· 'Queen-Moon is on her throne' (stanza 4, line 6) : Keats is comparing the moon to a queen.

· 'No hungry generations tread thee down' (stanza 7, line 2): 'hungry generations' is a metaphor for the critics who initially slammed Keat's works.

· 'A beaker full of the warm South': The poet is referring to the taste of wine from the tropical southern counties.

· 'Deceiving elf': The poet is trying to call the nightingale a conniving temptress, who was alluring him into a trap with its beautiful signing.

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What are the elements of a short story nothing spoils the taste of the peanut butter like unrequited love?

𝚂𝚎𝚝𝚝𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚌𝚑𝚊𝚛𝚊𝚌𝚝𝚎𝚛 𝚌𝚘𝚗𝚏𝚕𝚒𝚌𝚝 𝚙𝚕𝚘𝚝 𝚛𝚎𝚜𝚘𝚕𝚞𝚝𝚒𝚘𝚗 𝚊𝚗𝚍 𝚝𝚑𝚎𝚖𝚎𝚖

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List of Examples of literary works of region 13?

The dawn song and a number of poems are some of the examples of the literary works of region 13. The Roman de la Rose is another example of the literary works of region 13.

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Are b and d congruent?

l am not sure

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Who is the author of Ode on a Grecian Urn?

JOHN KEATS WHO IS EATING UP MY HEAD

I HAVE TO LEARN SO MANY TOUGH POEMS FOR HIM!!!

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