Analysis of Ode to The West Wind Essay Samples and Topic Ideas

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Wind’ Shelley admires the power that (wind) nature has over us and seems to accept that nature is in control (Kapstein, 1936). He admires how the wind controls everything and even wishes that it would carry his work to the ‘unawakened’ earth. In ‘To a Skylark,’ Shelley seems to admire the mystery of nature. He writes, “What thou art we know not.” The more mysterious something or someone is, the more interesting. Shelley admires nature because it can behave like human beings. Shelley gives life and emotions to nature just like the human being, nature can give and take, control, and has more to it than meets the eye. Shelly seems to think that humans and nature should have a healthy...