The descriptions of the West Wind in the first two sections of “Ode to the West Wind” are dominated by images of
violence, death, decay, and burial.
peace, birth, growth, and blossoming.
sleep, dreams, fantasy, and reverie.
translucence, light, color, and radiance.
The descriptions of the West Wind in the first two sections of "Ode to the West Wind" are dominated by images of violence, death, decay, and burial. ***The first two sections contain images of violence, death, and the coming Winter: the West Wind itself ;the "leaves dead" ;the colors yellow, black, pale, and "hectic red" ;the "corpse within a grave" ;the "angels of rain and lightning"
Asked 2/8/2013 1:10:25 AM
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