In John Keats, "Ode on a Grecian Urn", a boy finds himself entangled in his dream about an ancient carving. Keats uses an assortment of techniques to bring life to the work and make it more enjoyable to read. Using these techniques helps keep the readers attention, while also helping the reader to better relate to the situation.
Imagery is the technique most widely used, probably because everyone can relate to it in their own
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literary techniques makes a work more colorful and can prevent an author from using hackeneyed phrases to give additional emphasis to particular ideas or areas. John Keats was successful in doing just that in "Ode on a Grecian Urn" . Without the use of literary terms in this particular work, he would have had a difficult time conveying his meaning to the reader, and the reader would have been left with a bland poem to read.