Biography
Facts of Autumn
To Autumn-First stanza
To Autumn-Second Stanza
To Autumn -Third stanza/Form
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Where was John Keats born eh?
What is London
100
Autumn 2017 in Northern Hemisphere will begin on this beloved day of the week...TGIF
What is Friday
100
The first stanza's setting is in what season
What is Autumn
100
Keats uses this type of figurative language to "personify" Autumn.
What is personification.
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This pesky insect was mentioned in the thirst stanza
What is a Gnat.
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This poet caught tuberculosis and died.
What is John Keats
200
Thursday, December 21 marks the end of this season.
What is Fall/Autumn
200
Keats uses this red fruit in order to show the ripeness of fall.
What is an Apple
200
Keats begins to personify autumn by referring to it as this gender.
What is female
200
The first part of each stanza follows this rhyme scheme.
What is ABAB
300
John Keats was born on this day, associated with ghosts, goblins, and candy?
What is Halloween
300
September 22, 2017 marks this astronomical phenomena
What is the Autumnal equinox
300
Which, "Close bosom-friend" of this; also a celestial ball of fire, does autumn share intimacy with.
What is da Sun
300
Autumn is often seen sitting on this type of floor
What is granary
300
The second and third stanzas are arranged this way.
What is CDECDDE
400
In 1818 John Keats went on a walking tour in this district to write about the beauty the world had to offer.
What is The Lake District
400
What are the most commonly celebrated holidays in Autumn.
What is Thanksgiving and Halloween
400
In the first stanza, Autumn causes this natural act to occur in flowers.
What is Bloom
400
Keats uses a repeated symbol in the second stanza. The symbol is this delicious red fruit.
What is an apple
400
The first stanza is arranged this way
What is CDEDCCE
500
His exposure and overexertion on an excursion in 1818 brought on the first symptoms of this disease, ending his life.
What is tuberculosis
500
leaves change color because of this.
What is Leaves change color because The chlorophyll breaks down, the green color disappears, and the yellow to orange colors become visible and give the leaves part of their fall splendor.
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The first stanza is meant to show all the beauty that Autumn has to offer. Keats uses this type of figurative language to allow the reader to create an image of autumn.
What is Imagery
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In the second stanza, the speaker describes the figure of Autumn as this.
What is Female Goddess.
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In the third stanza, the speaker tells Autumn not to wonder where the songs of spring have gone, but instead to listen to her own music. Keats does this in order to create this literary device that contrasts themes of the second and third stanzas.
What is Juxtaposition.
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