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Topic     Sensory images in Keats ode   Paper 5 The Romantic Literature        Name Devendra A Joshi          Class M.A. S...
 Ode to Autumn Imagery Eleven-Line stanza of iambic Pentameter  emphasizing Times of day and periods Personified seas...
 Ode to a Nightingale The Central symbol of a bird Beauty in nature Image and symbol Poorly understood terms Poetic ...
 The second terms Metaphor , symbol or symbolic pattern Evokes any of the five Sense                   Visual (sight) ...
 The experience of autumn Inviting the reader into your sensory world Keatss imagery Dominates a large portion Three ...
 Ode to a Nightingale The idea beauty of the Nightingale song Ode on a Grecian urn Perfection of beauty Ode to Autumn...
Conclusion:- Verbal imagery Moral and static imagery Difficult of poetic techniques
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Paper-5 The Romantic Literature

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  • Hello , Devendrabhai your presentation is good. And you describe all the part of keats 's ode and it is the best thing your ppt.
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Paper-5 The Romantic Literature

  1. 1. Topic Sensory images in Keats ode Paper 5 The Romantic Literature Name Devendra A Joshi Class M.A. Sem-IISubmitted To Prof. Dilip Barad (Head of English Dept. M. K. S. Bhavnagar University)
  2. 2.  Ode to Autumn Imagery Eleven-Line stanza of iambic Pentameter emphasizing Times of day and periods Personified season Visual imagery Physical sensation of strain Maturing both in the sense
  3. 3.  Ode to a Nightingale The Central symbol of a bird Beauty in nature Image and symbol Poorly understood terms Poetic theory A poetic image is variously, a metaphor, smile, or figure of speech, motif, psychological event’s
  4. 4.  The second terms Metaphor , symbol or symbolic pattern Evokes any of the five Sense Visual (sight) Aural (sound) Smell Taste Sensation (touch)
  5. 5.  The experience of autumn Inviting the reader into your sensory world Keatss imagery Dominates a large portion Three of his most famous odes, Ode to a Nightingale, Ode to Autumn Ode on a Grecian urn
  6. 6.  Ode to a Nightingale The idea beauty of the Nightingale song Ode on a Grecian urn Perfection of beauty Ode to Autumn Season – idealised and immortalised Natural cycle, symbolise eternal Idealistic images of profound beauty
  7. 7. Conclusion:- Verbal imagery Moral and static imagery Difficult of poetic techniques
  8. 8. Thank you

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