Ahmed Shigri 0333-3431604 John Keats (1795-1821) Ode To Autumn Introduction of the versifier

Ahmed Shigri 0333-3431604 John Keats (1795-1821) Ode To Autumn Introduction of the versifier

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Ahmed Shigri 0333-3431604 JOHN KEATS (1795-1821) ODE TO AUTUMN Introduction of the versifier: John keats is acclaimed to be one of the founders of romantic poetry. He was a prodigical and genius Poet of 19th century England. He was among the four pillars of romantic poetry in his short plagued life, he was hampered by consumption which was his family disease and which gulped down his family members his younger brother tom also contracted his killer disease and while nursing him, he also became a patient himself. Leigh hunt was benevolent and was the mentor of both keats and Shelley. Leigh hunt was the editor of a newspaper named examiner Leigh hunt published keats work in his newspapers in this way keats financial status become better. Keats went to Italy for treatment with his friend in 1820 but his health did not grown better and the next year he died.

He was the most extempore poet in romantic history of England his eleven odes are the masterpiece of English poetry his death at the age of 26, was the greatest disaster to be fall upon English poetry. In the Background of the poem: John keats has written about the blessing, bounties and beauty of autumn in this poem. Generally autumn is considered to be a specimen of disaster, disease and destruction but he has presented autumn like a fairy tale even superior to the spring season. John keats has given a moral lesson to the readers that however, difficult and agonizing circumstances of life are one should not feel dejected, and disappointed. One should continue relentless struggle of life and attain the fruit of hard work. last two lines of stanza II the poet is expressing that there is a wider press which was an ancient wooden instrument of extracting apple Juice. Stanza 1: season of mist and mellow fruitfulness, close blossom friend of maturing sun’……….united they think warm days will never cease, For summer has o’er brimmed their clammy cells, Reference to Context:

The above mentioned lines have taken from the John keats Ode to Autumn. Explanation: In the first stanza, the poet is introducing the season of autumn to the readers as a puff of fresh gale. He says that the climate in the autumn season is relatively hot and due to the league between the sun, fruits and vegetables or in other words we can say that autumn is a season of ripeness when pulp is rejected in the fruits and vegetables by the creator and also sweetness is conducted in the fruits and kernel is placed in different nuts. The poet also clarify that the wines of grapes are laden with bunches of grapes which are hung and placed on the cottage thatches and it is only during the season of autumn that grapes are laden with juice and become the staple food of English people. Similarly large pumpkin are filled with pulp and small apple trees are laced with small apples which keep on increase their weight, volume, sweetness and texture.

In the concluding lines of the first Stanza the poet is focusing bee having of the bees which fill up the honey circles with honey to the hilt. The heat of the sun is also instrumental in ripening and sweetening honey from the flowers.

Stanza ii: Explanation of stanza ii: The poet is trying to remove people’s notion that there is no beauty in melancholy and sorrow. He says that melancholy and joy are intermingled , one follows the other like a funeral procession. The poet then mentions that there is beauty in the shower of weeping clouds which create beautiful atmosphere in gloom struck environment. The shower of melancholy freshens the drooping flowers which became straight. Similarly the poet says that the shower of melancholy can call in only season, at any time to create lush green atmosphere. All the roses are also draped in the shower of melancholy and look fresh and enlivened.

The create bewitch sight for the onlookers. Similarly beautiful rainbow colors also present a marvelous look. Out of this sudden melancholic shower, creep up most beautiful globed flowers with rainbow colors. In the conclusion lines o