Draw the image of the West Wind as a destroyer and preserver as you find in the poem ‘Ode to the West Wind’.

Answer: The faculty of the visionary and revolutionary zeal was inherent in the mind of Shelley, because he entered in the world of poetry during the storm and stress of the French Revolution. From his earliest years, Shelley found himself in opposition to the convention of the class to which he belonged. So he denounced Read More

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What autobiographical elements do you find in ‘Ode to the West Wind’?

Ode to the west wind’ strikes the characteristically, Shelleyan note of self-pity and exaltation” — discuss. Answer: The faculty of the visionary and revolutionary zeal was inherent in the mind of Shelley, because he entered the world of poetry during the turmoil of the French Revolution. From his earliest years, he found himself in opposition Read More

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