How does the writer convey the beauty of nature in "On the Grasshopper and Cricket" by John Keats?

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This poem primarily conveys the beauty of nature by evoking the rich sounds that form, in the words of the poem, "the poetry of earth." Note hwo the poem can be divided into two sections, both of which start with an assertion that "the poetry of earth" is "never dead" and "ceasing never." Each section focuses on how the grasshopper and then the...

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