In the poem "Ode to Autumn" by John Keats, who is the speaker and to whom is he speaking?
The speaker in "Ode to Autumn" is unspecified; the poem never directly uses "I." Because we don't have any information about the speaker as a character, we can assume that the speaker is simply an unspecified, omniscient poetic narrator.
We do know, however, that this speaker is somehow able to follow autumn around from place to place as it rests in granaries, beside brooks, and so forth. The speaker employs a kind of zooming-in feature, examining several of the small, rich details and images...
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