How does John Keats admire the service and the beauty of the River Nile in "To the Nile"?
In "To the Nile," John Keats’s speaker admires the Nile’s service and beauty by directly addressing the river. The speaker praises its positive qualities such as leadership and nurturing. The river’s beauty inheres in its making a fruitful, green landscape within the surrounding desert. The speaker also question its contributions, then answer those questions affirmatively.
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