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How does Keats’ poem, A Thing of Beauty appeal richly to the senses, stimulating the reader’s inner sight as well as the sense of touch and smell? Write your answer in about 120-150 words.

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  • John keats in his poem, ‘A thing of Beauty’ used imagery greatly so that the reader could be more in touch with the poem. His descriptions appeal to all our senses and gives us delight.  
  • The cooling comfort of the bower , the beautiful daffodils dancing in the wind in its green environs, the refrreshing stream that babble as they fall and the musk rose blooms among the midforest brake evoke our imagination, sense of hearing, touch and smell. 
  • The Sun, the Moon, the trees both old, and young give peaceful spirit.
  • The endless fountain of immortal joy and is described as a thing of beauty.

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How does Keats’ poem, A Thing of Beauty appeal richly to the senses, stimulating the reader’s inner sight as well as the sense of touch and smell? Write your answer in about 120-150 words. Answer John keats in his poem, ‘A thing of Beauty’ used imagery greatly so that the reader could be more in touch with the poem. His descriptions appeal to all our senses and gives us delight. The cooling comfort of the bower, the beautiful daffodils dancing in the wind in its green environs, the refrreshing stream that babble as they fall and the musk rose blooms among the midforest brake evoke our imagination, sense of hearing, touch and smell. The Sun, the Moon, the trees both old, and young give peaceful spirit. The endless fountain of immortal joy and is described as a thing of beauty.

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