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William Butler Yeats

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Some time back, I attended a wedding ceremony where the groom read W.B.Yeat's well-known poem "When You Are Old" to the bride, and these lines stayed with me: How many loved your moments of glad grace, /And loved your beauty with love false or true;/ But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you, /And loved the sorrows of your changing face…
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W.B. Yeats Poems

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William Butter Yeats is one of the main 20th Century English language poets and his poetry has ensconced him at the place where numerous of his contemporaries failed to reach. His prevailing symbolic poetry differentiates his concepts of driving understanding of his poems…
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W. B. Yeats and his Love Poetry

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William Butler Yeats, the well-known Irish poet and later Senator of the Irish Free State was born on 13 June, 1865, at Sandymouth, Dublin. His father John Butler Yeats had been a lawyer but had left the legal profession to dedicate himself to painting…
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William Butler Yeats' Sailing to Byzantium

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The review "William Butler Yeats’ Sailing to Byzantium” notes although the poet portrays the inhabitants of Byzantium, he makes it clear that though he is using the name of a very human, and very cultured, city, this is no material city he is discussing. Yeats' images are intangible and exalted…
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The Second Coming by William Butler Yeats

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The narrator of this essay aims to describe ‘The Second Coming’ by William Butler Yeats (1865 – 1939), which was written in 1919, during the aftermath of World War I, and the poem was published in 1920. In addition, this poem has many versions of it…
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Poetry of William Butler Yeats Review

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A strong verbal image in the poem occurs as Yeats writes, “I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore;” This conjures verbal recognition through the alliteration implemented (Yeats, 10).
2. He claims he loved her true soul. In these regards he states that,…
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Modernist Ireland; W.B. Yeats and James Joyce

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William Butler Yeats and James Joyce were contemporary writers. Yeats was a renowned poet and a playwright. He was an Anglo-Irish and one of the prominent nationalists who the most honoured Irish citizen till date. Joyce was also a very famous Irish novelist and poet. …
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Easter 1916 by William Butler Yeats

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In the paper “Easter 1916 by William Butler Yeats” the author analyzes the poem "Easter 1916", written by William Butler Yeats. This poem was written in order to signify a very important and historic event in the history of Ireland that is the Easter rising…
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The Wild Swans at Coole by W. B. Yeats

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In The Swans at Coole, Yeats is preoccupied with change and how this change is related to the passing of time. There is an initial sense of comfort, both observed and indulged, in the consistency of the autumn and its characteristic features; this is soon thereafter supplanted by a disorienting shift in expectations as the swans take flight unexpectedly and thereafter wheel almost aimlessly before flying away…
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Yeats and Irish Cultural Literary Revival

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The essay "Yeats and Irish Cultural Literary Revival" discusses the contribution of W.B.Yeats to the Irish cultural literary revival. Yeats, one of the greatest English poets of the present century expressed romantic tradition in his early poems influenced by Blake, Spenser, and John Keats…
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Symbolism and Yeats: An Analysis of Two Poems - The Dolls and A Coat

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The author states that  in “The Dolls” and “A Coat” poems, Yeats was utilizing symbolism as a means of making meaning in an oblique manner; providing a redundant and infinitely powerful means of conveying the absurdity of chasing after immortality or perfection…
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Analysis of Byzantium Poem by William Butler Yeats

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"Analysis of Byzantium Poem by William Butler Yeats" paper examines “Byzantium” poem in which the poet presents an image that is at once very simple, its images being stripped of all form, and at the same time very complex, in that it leaves no form or function for the human mind to grab hold of. …
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Relationships between Place and Identity in Irish Writing - Focusing on Joyce Dubliners and W.B. Yeats Selected Poems

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This paper under the headline "Relationships between Place and Identity in Irish Writing - Focusing on Joyce Dubliners and W.B. Yeats Selected Poems" focuses on the fact that a thought that gets ‘seeded’ into creators’ or authors’ mind will get outputted in their works. …
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After-life phenomenon. 'Sailing to Byzantium by William Butler Yeats and Ocean Mirage at Deng-Zhou written by Jong Yong Kim

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Different people have various beliefs in regards to life after death. Various religions have described the after-life as a paradise. Many people believe that life on earth is a journey that takes the human being through temptations and hardship. …
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No Country for Old Men and the Poem Sailing to Byzantium
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This paper compares "Sailing to Byzantium", that is a 1928 poem written by William Butler Yeats and "No country for old men", that is a novel by Cormac McCarthy written and produced in 2005. Both literary works adopt biblical stories which also reveal that both stories must have been adopted from another…
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The irish literary revival 1880-1930

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In the context of the Irish Literary Revival merging the political sentiment of the writers into their works bloomed to the extent to be considered as the art of political expression. All of the literary artists including W. B. Yeats, Mary Fitzerald, Douglas Hyde etc at the…
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Mythology and Symbolism in Irish Literature
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From the paper "Mythology and Symbolism in Irish Literature" it is clear that the use of symbols, myths and dreams in the Irish literature appeared to be the magnificence of imagery. Poets and writers put all their passions, trying to combine the past and the present time in their works…
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There is no set topic

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W. B. Yeats is highly inspired by the ancient Greek land of Byzantium and for him; all the creatures of the land are blessed and are able to enjoy…
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Mythology and Symbolism in Irish Literature
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This book report focuses upon the question of mythology and symbolism in Irish literature. The author analyzes this Irish phenomenon via studying W.B. Yeast's 'Selected Poems', Brian Friel's 'Dancing at Lughasa', and Michael Longley's 'Selected Poems'.
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Image and Mask Ideas in Yeatss William Butler Work

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William Butler Yeats is one of the most well-known of Ireland's poets. Born in Dublin in 1865, the son of John Yeats and Susan Pollexfen, he spent his early years in both Ireland and London; he would later identify strongly with Irish mythology, nationality and Celtic tradition, and this would form the backbone of his poetic matter…
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Reading Responses to a Poem
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However, what is the root of all this chaos? Yeats’ poem, through its theme, form and language reveals that it is disobedience that…
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Yeats's Purgatory and Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral
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 In the paper “Yeats's Purgatory and Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral” the author analyzes symbolist movement in the modern discourse of literature. Eliot's poetry and Yeats’ dramatic works are also replete with impressions of such symbolic usage…
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Analytical response to a poem

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The Second Coming" (1919) by William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) has been one of the most celebrated works of Modernist poetry and the poet efficiently makes use of the Christian imagery concerning the Apocalypse and the second coming of Christ in order to allegorically portray the atmosphere in post-war Europe…
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Poetry: Byzantium

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In William Butler Yeats poem “Byzantium,” the poet presents an image that is at once very simple, its images being stripped of all form and function, and at the same time very complex, in that it leaves no form or function for the human mind to grab hold of. As he writes…
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When You Are Old

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He is not sure of what is going to happen at the next moment. But he can confirm one thing without having any doubt. As the day passes or as each second passes, he is getting…
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Apocalyptic Vision in the Romantic Period Compared to the Twentieth Century
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The paper compares two eras and their apocalyptic vision. The works of William Blake and William Yeats lays the basis of the paper with the focus lying on the inspiration and the general presentation of their works. Imagery is what defines the theme and intention of a poet…
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Modernist Literary Movement
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This paper will provide you a unique opportunity to obtain more information about Modernism as a literary movement, and explore its origins, influences, causes and effects. In addition, you will have the opportunity to know its relevant authors and works.
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Roman Art Plaza
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The essay "Roman Art Plaza" discovers the nicest places to visit in Rome, which is Piazza Navona. According to history, this place was originally built for athletic meets and chariot racing but it now hosts several luxurious cafes and Baroque palaces, giving a warm Mediterranean…
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Impact of the Great War on Modern Western Literature

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The first war between the world's superpowers during the early part of the 20th century has been dubbed as the Great War or the World War I. Since 1914 to 1918, people from different walks of life struggled for the new life they have been hoping to achieve…
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World Literature
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Bishop’s ‘the Fish’ greatly implements imagery for a variety of narrative and thematic intentions. Perhaps the most central aspect of this imagery is how it contributes to the reader’s overall impression of the fish…
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Poem Analysis
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It describes how a hopeless society, not knowing what to believe in and where to go is desperate for any conviction they can use to direct their lives. However, despite the anarchy, it also mentions the…
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Crisis of Confidence in the Poetry of the Twentieth Century
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The paper "Crisis of Confidence in the Poetry of the Twentieth Century" describes the literature of the early 20th century as a period of profound change. In a sense the years up until 1914 and the outbreak of World War One belonged to the 19th century: they were peaceful and a time of increasing wealth…
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Louis Esson and Early Nationalism

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The Time Is Not Yet Ripe was first published and performed in Melbourne in 1912. It is set on the eve of the Federal election in Melbourne. Essentially the content of the play revolves around Doris Quiverton who is the current Prime Minister's daughter. Doris and her fiance Sydney somehow become candidates in the race for the same seat on opposing parties…
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The Dark Side of Literature

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No writer worth his salt would ever seek to deny the fact that he had a duty to society to fight social and political oppression and the abuse of power, William Blake of the 18th century and William Butler Yeats of the 20th century were poets who did that and more…
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Litereary elements

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“Imaginative literature is more likely than other types of writing to include words chosen not only because they communicate the writer’s ideas, but also because they…
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Irish Literature in English

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The very title of this paper, "Irish literature in English", reveals the paradox that is at the core of Irish (literary) identity, i.e. the merging of Irish and English cultures in the Irish nation, mediated through language. The rise of nationalism in Ireland, amplified by the Irish Literary Revival, clearly showed the attachment of Irish people to their own Gaelic language, as a symbol of their distinct national identity, and their will to create an Irish nation…
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The use of nature, natural images v. industrial/man-made objects in romantic and victorian poetry
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Victorian and romantic literature Name Instructor Introduction Brilliant poets use nature to show the connection between nature and human experiences. Personification of nature often makes the subject or the idea more vivid. From the earliest scriptural writings to contemporary poetry, nature is and was to enhance easier communication…
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The of T.S. Eliot on Derek Walcott & Edward (Kamu) Brathwaite.Charles E

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Kamau Brathwaite mentioned in "History of the Voice" that T.S.Eliot basically influenced the mainstream poets who moved from standard English to nation language. Derek Walcott, in "The Muse of History" - In many islands, the West Indian poet is faced with a language which he hears but cannot write because there are no symbols for such a language so his function remains the old one of being filter and purifier, never losing the tone and strength of the common speech as he uses the hieroglyphs, symbols, alphabet of the official one.
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Leda and the Swan

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This image and the associated story was not given much attention before the renaissance but during the renaissance it was picked up by many different…
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Why Was There a Burst of Cultural Nationalism in Ireland in the Late Nineteenth Century
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"Why Was There a Burst of Cultural Nationalism in Ireland in the Late Nineteenth Century" paper contains a discussion made regarding the overall nature of organizations such as the Gaelic League and GAA and their success in achieving their objectives. …
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Poem Analysis
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Subject: English, Essay Date: Topic: Poem Analysis Introduction The message of the poems discussed below is: love baffles definition and each one sees a new horizon. At times, looking at the condition of the lover, one is obliged to think that lover’s body has no other parts, except the heart…
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Do we need to believe in a God or does God need us to exist
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Millions of children across the world believe in Santa Claus, just as millions of adults across the world believe in God. For these children, Santa is real, he exists. Is God then, the Santa Claus for grown-ups Voltaire states, "If God didn't exist it would be necessary to invent Him"…
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The Question of Politics in Literature
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The main idea of this study under discussion "The Question of Politics in Literature" is to know about the use of politics in several works that have been written in most of the major time periods that deal in some way with questions of politics.  …
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Working within the Legal Environment
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Tort is a branch of civil law based on a claim that the defendant has caused injury or loss to the claimant by breaking a relevant obligation imposed by the general law (Yeats, Giliker, & Luckham, 2005). There are three general categories of torts which are intentional torts,…
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The Theme of the Traitor and Hero by Borges
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This paper "The Theme of the Traitor and Hero by Borges" discusses the secrets of "The Theme of the Traitor and the Hero," for it is almost true that Borges wrote only two stories, and the one at hand does not involve an Argentine cowboy proving his manhood with five inches of naked steel…
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The Inspiration of Irish Writers
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The small island of Ireland has made a significant contribution to the world of literature. The aim of this essay is to outline the achievements of the most widely known Irish writers, specifically James Joyce and Oscar Wild. The essay analyzes the particular instances of Irish pieces of literature…
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Borges' Work: the Relationship of Author and Audience
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The paper presents Yeats' The Tower that illustrates for Borges not only the Platonic Year, but the whole of the story, not only the predestination of right and wrong, but all the generations of men trapped in the performance of dance they cannot quit…
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The discussion focuses mainly on the position of this conglomerate in the global car industry. Factors of consideration here include the role of the firms’ strategy…
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Exotic Settings and Motifs in the Poetry of the British Romantic Period
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This paper “Exotic Settings and Motifs in the Poetry of the British Romantic Period” tells that the exotic settings of the romantic period have come from the “romantic orientalism” where the letters, poems, and prose play upon the ideas enveloped by the notion of “romantic orientalism.”…
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Thomas Hardy - a Novelist with a Poetic Vision
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This paper "Thomas Hardy - a Novelist with a Poetic Vision" focuses on Thomas Hardy, who was born near Dorchester in 1840, and was first an architect, then gave it up for literature in 1867. He first essayed his skill in verse, then in novels, short stories and poems. He was greatly influenced by his family background that formed the base for his success as a writer and a poet. …
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