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Similarly, it is asked, what is meant by pestilence stricken multitudes?
Pestilence–stricken multitudes: O thou, Who chariotest to their dark wintry bed. The winged seeds, where they lie cold and low, Each like a corpse within its grave, until.
One may also ask, why is the west wind called the Destroyer and preserver? Shelley calls the West Wind a destroyer because it strips all the leaves off the trees, tumbles them helter-skelter and piles them up all over the landscape. It is essential to dispersing them. That is why the West Wind is both a destroyer and preserver–a destroyer of the old and preserver of the new.
Also asked, how are the leaves and clouds affected by the wind?
The autumn leaves, falling from the trees, are blown all over by the wind. The poem compares the wind to a chariot, carrying the leaves everywhere. Meanwhile, the wind blows around the clouds that
What kind of poem is west wind?
‘Ode to the West Wind‘ is a type of poem known as an ode.
What figure of speech is O wild West Wind?
Alliteration: wild West Wind (line 1). Apostrophe, Personification: Throughout the poem, the poet addresses the west wind as if it were a person. Metaphor: Comparison of the west wind to breath of Autumn’s being (line 1).
What does Chariotest mean?
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What is the tone of Ode to the West Wind?
What are the effects of the west wind on the sky?
What does Ode to the West Wind mean?
Is Ode to the West Wind a sonnet?
Who is the speaker in Ode to the West Wind?
What has happened to the statue in Ozymandias?
What does the speaker ask the west wind?
What does the speaker ask of the wind in Section 4?
What does the poet request of the west wind and why?
What feelings does Shelley create around the West Wind?
Why do you think the speaker identifies with the wind so intensely?
Why is Ode to the West Wind divided into 5 sections?
How is the West Wind destroyer and preserver at a time?
What qualities of the west wind are glorified in this ode?