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How do the use of similies contribute to Percy Bysshe Shelley's, To A Skylark?

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Percy Bysshe Shelley believed in reaching people through poetry and, by association, the world could be a better place. The simplicity of the life of the Skylark should not escape man who can engross himself in the beauty of its call. The mystery surrounding the bird as the poet hears its call but "Like a star of Heaven," cannot see it adds...

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