To Autumn Questions and Answers
by John Keats

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How does Keats convey the theme of rebirth through death in "To Autumn"?

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Autumn itself is the season that precedes the death associated with winter. It begins with abundance, the ripening of the fruit, the grain, and so forth, and it ends after all the crops have been harvested. The reapers come and then the gleaners, and everything is brought in and stored up for use when nature stops giving to us for the year. The poem refers to...

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