To Autumn Questions and Answers
by John Keats

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How is the gleaner described in the poem "To Autumn"?

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In the second stanza of Keats's poem "To Autumn," the season of autumn is personified in a number of ways. When a poet personifies, he gives an abstract object or an animal human traits.

The lines in question are as follows:

And sometimes like a gleaner thou dost keep


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