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Critical appreciation of the poem ‘Ode to the West Wind ‘.

by Shehanaz, April 21, 2014


“Thunder is good; thunder is impressive. But it is lightening that does the work.”
The poem ‘’Ode to the West Wind’’ was written in the autumn of 1819, in the beautiful Cascine Gardens outside Florence and was published with ‘‘Prometheus Unbound’’ in 1820. The poet is himself in a mood of despondency and misery and says that he falls upon the thorns of life and is bleeding. He is seeking reawakening also through the poem and wants the wind to carry his dead thoughts and ideas like it has taken the le... Read more


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Discuss P.B.Shelley as a poet of revolution on the record of "Ode to the West Wind'’

by anon_2223165149, April 12, 2015

Answer: Shelley had certain inherent tendencies which ultimately made him a rebel and reformer, a prophet and an idealist. From his very early life he marked an antagonism between himself and the established order of society. Since his Eton days he had been a lover of liberty, equality and brotherhood. His soul revolted against all forms of tyranny and oppression.....Read More at

shelley concern

by afzal302, May 12, 2016

he wants to highlight the main themes of life that we should take life serious there is no solution which can cure or hail human sufferings.