Percy Shelley: Poems

what is the whole theme of a dialogue by Shelley?

What kind of imageries are there, specialy in the second stanza?

Does the Mortal want to die at the end?

What does it mean"When departure might heave Virtue’s breast with a sigh."?

What does it mean"For Love, Mortal, gleams through the gloom of my sway,"?

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The theme of "A Dialogue" is death. One example of imagery in the second stanza would be "Bigotry's bloodhounds." The mortal chooses to live at the end.


A Dialogue