The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket by Yasunari Kawabata

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In "The Grasshopper and the Cricket," how is the grasshopper enjoying the luxuries of nature?

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In the classic poem "On the Grasshopper and the Cricket," John Keats writes of the beauty of nature and the cycle of the seasons. Both summer and winter are equally celebrated, with the grasshopper enjoying nature's luxuries in the summer and the cricket echoing the grasshopper's joy in the winter.

The grasshopper enjoys the luxuries of nature in several ways. First of all, the grasshopper appreciates the warmth of the hot sun. It plays and has fun by leaping from hedge to hedge. When it gets too tired for such activity, its fun does not cease. Exuberant playing is one...

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