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I still have a few questions to check. I really hope you can check them.
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1) Which metaphors does the poet use to address the urn in the first stanza?
2) How is the urn described? What figure of speech is used in line one and two “Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter"?
3) Who does the poet address in the second stanza? Where in the Ode does Keats state his concept of art?
4) What obsesses the ancient mariner in Coleridge’s Ballad? (What is he obsessed with/by?) The eye turns into an obsession for both the ancient mariner and the protagonist of Poe’s tale The Tell-Tale Heart (in italics) .

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    1) OK

    2) How is the urn described? What figure of speech is used in stanza one, lines one and two? “Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard / are sweeter ... "

    3) Who does the poet address in the second stanza?

    4) Where in the ode does Keats state his concept of art?

    5) What obsession does the ancient mariner have in Coleridge’s Ballad?

    The eye turns into an obsession for both the ancient mariner and the protagonist of Poe’s tale, "The Tell-Tale Heart".

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    3) Whom does the poet address in the second stanza?

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