To Autumn Questions and Answers
by John Keats

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Pick out the lines in the poem "To Autumn" that describe the images of blossoming and ripening.

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Imagery is description that uses the five senses of sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. Autumn is described with many images of blossoming and ripening in Keats's "To Autumn." For example, we can visualize

fruit the vines that round the thatch-eves run

Although the order of the words is a little confusing at first, we can imagine the vines trained around the thatched cottage brimming with ripened...

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