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Man and Nature Essay - 15/15

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15/15 MAN AND NATURE ESSAY WRITTEN IN 2015, THREE STRONG TEXTS WITH SUPPORTING REFERENCE

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Literature Poetry To Autumn John Keats Ode Romanticism
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For some, the connection is defined by appreciation and sensitivity, such as John Keats’ 19th century poem, ‘Ode to Autumn’ which is set firmly in the romantic tradition. This romantic sensitivity is reflected in elements of Charles Purcell’s recent feature article ‘Into Those Arms No More’. This perspective was challenged by the late 20th century post modernist world of cynicism and nihilism, evident in Kenneth Slessor’s poem, ‘North Country’, which criticises man’s insensitive arrogance and commodification of the natural realm. Paragraph 1 - To Autumn Keats’ romantic poem, ‘Ode To Autumn’ gives representation to man’s constantly evolving relationship with nature, developed through his use of time’s progression, whereby the poem begins at dusk and concludes at nightfall. Keats’ sustaine...
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