• The Style and Content of William Butler Yeats
    The Style and Content of William Butler Yeats William Butler Yeats was a man who is known for his extraordinary writings of the nineteenth century, and is considered to be one of the greatest poets of the English language. Yeats was a poet with extensive knowledge and was thought to have been born...
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  • The Lover Tells of the Rose in His Heart
    before you today to show you how poems can relate to life and analyse how it is done. Today the poem I have chosen to analyse was written in 1899. This poem was written by William Butler Yeats as part of his larger book titled; the Wind among the Reeds. Yeats has written a very in-depth poem that is...
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  • Contributor
    remember the meaning of it. Not even Old Man Warner, the oldest person in the town, cannot remember the meaning of the lottery. As the meaning of the lottery was forgotten; the black box’s apperrance  seems to disappear with time. Some towns had already quit the lottery; but Old Man Warner believes they need...
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  • Who Goes with Fergus
    Who Goes With Fergus This poem is about the dichotomy of the thinker and the actor. Yeats, in love with Maud Gonne, was the thinker, the courtly lover -- the one who would "brood upon love's bitter mystery." Yeats was Mr. Nice Guy. Yet Yeats wanted to be the actor - the alpha male - the Fergus. Note...
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  • Coleridge
    valuable information can be obtained from his poetry itself. For instance, from a sonnet Spenser wrote in 1593, the year of his courtship, we can know when he was born. The year (1593), says Spenser, seems longer “then all those fourty that my life outwent.” We can easily infer from the sonnet that Spenser...
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  • Literary Terms Modern Essay
    20th-Century Poetry & Poetics FIFTH EDITION GLOSSARY OF POETIC TERMS The aim of this glossary is not to set in concrete words that are constantly changing and evolving, but rather to help students develop the critical tools and vocabulary with which to understand and talk about poetry. Since poets...
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  • Commenatry/ Analysis on the Poem “the Pike” by Ted Hughes
    Love and Death (Analysis of “When You are Old” and “An Irish Airman Foresees His Death” by W.B.Yeats) Ⅰ. Love In William Butler Yeats poem "When You Are Old," an anonymous narrator requests of a former lover to remember her youth and his love for her, creating a surreal sense of mystery that only...
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  • A Prayer for My Daughter(Not Written by Me)
    Breaking Down “A Prayer for my Daughter” ABOUT THE AUTHOR William Butler Yeats (b. June 13, 1865, d. Jan. 28, 1939) was a celebrated Irish poet, prose writer and dramatist. In 1889 he met a woman named Maud Gonne, who was brilliant, passionate and beautiful, and instantly fell in love. This love, however...
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  • Notes
    which he specifically scolds himself for the continuous failure to execute his revenge of his dead father’s murder. Prior to the start of the soliloquy, when a group of actors came to perform a play, Prince Hamlet asks the main lead to perform a play which he particularly likes; the play about the fall of...
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  • circus animal's desertion
    vain for a poetic theme: he says that he had tried to find one for “six weeks or so,” but had been unable to do so. He thinks that perhaps, now that he is “but a broken man,” he will have to be satisfied with writing about his heart, although for his entire life (“Winter and summer till old age began”)...
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  • Analizing Artistole Passage
    end mark. What does that sentence say/mean? Read to the next end mark, etc. To read for poetic style, look at the literary and poetic devices used and the structure used. Consider such things as simile, metaphor, alliteration, rhyme, rhythm, etc. To read for theme, ask, “What is the message...
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  • Poetry
    his poetry. During the war Sassoon developed a harshly satirical style that he used to attack the incompetence and inhumanity of senior military officers. These poems caused great controversy when they were published in The Old Huntsman (1917) and Counter-Attack (1918). -Blighters- In ‘Blighters’ Sassoon...
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  • William Butler Yeat
    William Butler Yeats is widely considered to be one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century. He belonged to the Protestant, Anglo-Irish minority that had controlled the economic, political, social, and cultural life of Ireland since at least the end of the seventeenth century. Most members of...
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  • Among the School Children Notes
    Among School Children Author William Butler Yeats (1865–1939) First Published 1927; collected in The Tower, 1928 Type of Poem Meditation The Poem William Butler Yeats"'"s '"'Among School Children'"' is written in eight eight-line stanzas that follow a precise rhyme scheme. Along with the...
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  • sayling to byzantium
    the air; Their hearts have not grown old; Passion or conquest, wander where they will, Attend upon them still. But now they drift on the still water, Mysterious, beautiful; Among what rushes will they build, By what lake's edge or pool Delight men's eyes when I awake some day To find they have...
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  • Yeats
    Yeats's Poetry William Butler Yeats was an Irish poet, a dramatist, and a prose writer - one of the greatest English-language poets of the twentieth century. (Yeats 1) His early poetry and drama acquired ideas from Irish fable and arcane study. (Eiermann 1) Yeats used the themes of nationalism, freedom...
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  • Yeats
    for Free Ireland: Yeatsfs Poetry William Butler Yeats was an Irish poet, a dramatist, and a prose writer - one of the greatest English-language poets of the twentieth century. (Yeats 1) His early poetry and drama acquired ideas from Irish fable and arcane study. (Eiermann 1) Yeats used the themes of nationalism...
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  • Yeats
    Free Ireland: Yeats’s Poetry William Butler Yeats was an Irish poet, a dramatist, and a prose writer - one of the greatest English-language poets of the twentieth century. (Yeats 1) His early poetry and drama acquired ideas from Irish fable and arcane study. (Eiermann 1) Yeats used the themes of...
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  • Terry Eagleton's Work
    HTRA01.qxd 15/05/2006 04:23PM Page x HTRA01.qxd 31/7/06 10:06 AM Page i “From the first page, the reader of How to Read a Poem realises that this, at last, is a book which begins to answer Adrian Mitchell’s charge: ‘Most people ignore most poetry because most poetry ignores most people’. Eagleton...
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  • The Irish Poetry and Postcolonialism
    introduction to Heaney poems, I will use a poem of Yeats, who is the poet that starts to talk about postcolonial themes. Maybe Yeats was one the most important figures in the reconstruction of the Irish identity. He represents the relationship between Ireland and Britain in his poem "Leda and the Swan"...
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