refer readers to events, people, and places from history or other works of literature
appeal to readers' senses of touch, taste, sight, sound, and smell
make an extended comparison between two things that seem unlike
2. In which poem does the poet use first-person point of view to let an aspect of the natural world describe itself to readers? "The Human Seasons"
"To a Butterfly"
3. According to Romantic ideas, nature affects humans in all of the following ways except __________. by teaching them
by amusing them
by comforting them
by inspiring them
4. Of all the seasons in Blake's "Odes to the Seasons," which season's end does the speaker most long for? cruel winter