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Abstract

In literature, especially in poetry, it is very widespread to express joys, sorrows, and ideas of human beings and their lives. Describing them by using flora in an attempt to broaden the readers' imagination and kindle their interest is  talent that poets can manage.Flowers are mainly associated with romance, love, temptation, eternity and femininity in a variety of way in poems, especially flowers such as roses. The main purpose of this article is to reveal the theme of plants which express attitudes towards love and life in the works of poets such as William Blake, William Wordsworth,Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, William Butler Yeats and Anne Riddler.This article intends to find out exquisite applications of flowers in English poetry and analyze explicitly the symbols they carried.

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Flowers flora floral imagery poetic texts comparison analysis love life iris

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Bakhodirovna, D. Z. (2021). Description of Human Features and Feelings through Flora in English Poetry. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF LITERATURE, PHILOSOPHY AND CULTURE, 2(10), 6-9. https://doi.org/10.47494/cajlpc.v2i10.209

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