The Positive Thinking in Shelley’s Poem Ode to the West Wind: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Positive thinking is mirrored in Shelley's poem ‘Ode to the West Wind’. It is certain that positive thinking is echoed in Shelley's poem ‘Ode to the West Wind’. It is the conviction that decent effects will occur and that his struggles will be honored with victory. It is grounded on hope, sanguinity, and the faith that hard work is never squandered. The aim of the study was to critically analyze the poem in terms of positive thinking. The main line of this poem is [When winter comes, spring leaves? This last line of the stanza of Ode to the West Wind best compares the poet himself to the autumn forest when the trees die in the dark and gloomy winter. This study asks what is the main message of Ode to the West Wind for mankind. The procedure is standard. The unit of analysis is Shelley's poem Ode to the West Wind. A critical discourse analysis was chosen as the unit of analysis. It turns out that the poem Ode to the West Wind is a trumpet of the powers of hope to things of destruction, almost hampered by the heavy burden of social oppression and oppression. It is also mentioned that one should not despair completely. He must have constant faith in the scheme of nature - that after every night there is a bright fresh morning.
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