Transience and permanence in "The Odes" by John Keats (1795 - 1821).
Keats composed the 'Ode on a Grecian Urn', based on a sonnet written by Wordsworth in 1811.
The theme of transience and permanence, which struck Keats in Wordsworth's poetry, forms the leading theme in the Odes. The ode, 'To Autumn', may be seen as a temporary 'bridge' in the debate between the two states, in this case symbolised by the seasons. A reprieve is achieved, although the problem is not solved,
"Where are the songs of Spring Ay, Where are they?
Think not of them..."
In 'Ode to a Nightingale' the permanent element is the bird's song, and the emphasis is on the beauty of this, and…
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