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    This is the question- 'explore the view that Keats always conveys a deep sense of sadness. In your answer you need to analyse closely keats' authorial methods and include comment on the extract below' ^^
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    This is the question- 'explore the view that Keats always conveys a deep sense of sadness. In your answer you need to analyse closely keats' authorial methods and include comment on the extract below' ^^
    Hey there. You want to obviously start off with an introduction in your essay, so aim to include the following:
    - Poet
    - Underlying themes in the poem (e.g. sadness)
    - Literary devices used

    Then you want to go on to your main body, so talk about the literary devices there. I've outlined two for you:
    - Repetition of 'O' - 'O' is an exclamation of grief, which is further emphasised by the exclamation marks present in the poem
    - Diction - words like "melancholy", "despondingly" and "die" all have negative connotations

    You could also talk about the recurring of death in the poem - "Isabel... will die a death too lone and incomplete" and "so she died forlorn" or the effect of enjambment and caesura in the poem.

    After you finish making your points (aim for at least 3), write your conclusion! Sum up your points and talk about the deeper meaning behind the poem (e.g. did the poet write this because he has experienced this in the past before?)

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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