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totino - Erectus - 50 Punti
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Ragà ho un disperato bisogno di voi. Ho compito di inglese e probabili domande saranno :

1.Explain the role imagination has for keats

2.Explain the concept of negative capabiity in keats

3.Say what kind of world is introduced in the poem "ode on a grecian urn" by keats

4.Summarize in your own ords the byronic hero

5.What aspects of child harold's character are emphasized in the poem?

6.What similarities can you find between the life and workes of byron an that of the italian poet ugo foscolo?

7.Explain the concept of beauty in keats

8.Why is keats considered romantic?

9. Concentrate on the urn from the poem you have studied, what does it represent for the poet?

10.Summarize in your own words byron's style

11. What kind of nature does byron mainly describe in the poem childe harold's pilgri-magè? why?

12.Compare the way byron deals with nature with wordsworth's

Aleksej - Mito - 20032 Punti
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1. Keats believes the imagination to be supreme. He uses it to develop an intimate relationship with the objects that he observes. To Keats, the imagination is so powerful that is can break the laws the people living solely in the real world are accustomed to. Mixing the world of imagination with the real world is important to Keats because without imagination the real world is confined to ugliness. In the end, Keats resolves the creations in the imagined world are just as valid as the "real world."

11.The fourth, perhaps the finest of all, published in 1818, was composed in Italy and contains impressions of various Italian towns, together with their monuments and other beauties. In the works of Byron the nature has a very important role because it represents a refuge after the escape, in fact the protagonist in the middle of the Nature feels him to house, the language that he speaks better is that of the Nature (lines 20-21) while it is telling us that in the middle of the society he lived badly, it felt him oppressed and repressed (lines 26-27).
In the last stanza the protagonist describes us all the happiness that he tries to be in the middle of the Nature, a happiness that doesn't succeed in checking.
In this passage there are a lot of similes: for example in line7 “And the waves bound beneath me as a steed that knows his rider. Welcome, to their roar”. “Roar” is onomatopoeia too. There is another simile: in line 29 for example: “Then came his fit again, which to o’vercome, as eagerly the barr’d-up bird will beat…”

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