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The Odes suggest that Keats is inward looking and depressive. How far does your reading of The Odes lead you to agree with this statement? Refer to form, structure and language to support your views.

   
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Title: The Odes suggest that Keats is inward looking and depressive. How far does your reading of The Odes lead you to agree with this statement? Refer to form, structure and language to support your views.
 
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?Ode to a Nightingale' also uses alliteration and sibilance; ?drowsy numbness pains' helping to adapt the reader to the drowsy and dreamlike state which Keats develops. Creates uses metaphors to compare the intense experience of the nightingale's song; ?that I might drink, and leave the world unseen', ?My sense as though of hemlock I had drunk'...
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Creates uses metaphors to compare the intense experience of the nightingale's song; ?that I might drink, and leave the world unseen', ?My sense as though of hemlock I had drunk'. These experiences of alcohol and drugs reflect the beauty and feeling of the nightingale's song...
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