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Yeats’ “Sailing to Byzantium”
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A 5 page paper which explicates William Butler Yeats’ poem “Sailing to Byzantium.” Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
Filename: RAytsbyz.rtf

Yeats’ The Second Coming
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A 4 page analysis of William Butler Yeats’ poem The Second Coming. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAy2nd.rtf

Yeats/'Coole Park and Ballylee, 1931'
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A 5 page essay that examines Yeats' assertion in this poem that 'We were the last romantics…' (line 41). The writer argues that this is a fair assessment and that examining the context of the poem demonstrates Yeat's version of romanticism, which is embedded in his love of the Irish country. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khcoobal.rtf

Yeats/4 Poems
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A 4 page essay that contrasts and compares four poems by William Butler Yeats -- "Running to Paradise," "September 1913," "Lake Isle of Innisfree," and "Sailing to Byzantium." Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: khyeats4.rtf

Yeats/Influences on his Poetry
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A 4 page essay that focuses on two principal influences on the poetry of W.B. Yeats -- romanticism and his long relationship with Irish political activist Maude Gonne. The writer also discusses how the "Wild Swans at Coole" reflects Yeats' romanticism. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khytsinf.rtf

Yeats/Lake Isle of Innisfree
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A 3 page explication of W.B. Yeats' poem "The Lake Isle of Innisfree." The writer argues that Innisfree reflects Yeats' desire to escape from the turmoil of urban life and live in a manner that puts him in touch with nature, and, by implication with his own inner self. While this is a highly romantic notion, examination of Yeats' poem demonstrates that Yeats achieves romanticism without sentimentality, imparting to the poem a haunting quality that is timeless. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khinnis.rtf

Yeats/Meaning in Old Age
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A 5 page essay that summarizes and analyzes 3 poems by Yeats. In three of his best poems, William Butler Yeats addresses the age-old topic of mortality and the bitterness of advancing age. These poems are "Among School Children," "Sailing to Byzantium," and "Byzantium." These three poems thematically share and develop Yeats' thoughts relative to the loss of youth and the decline and decay of the human body contrasted against what is eternal in human experience, which is the medium of art and the striving of the soul toward perfection. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: khyeats3.rtf

Yeats: The Second Coming
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This 3 page paper discusses the symbolism in the poem "The Second Coming" by William Butler Yeats, which is a bleak and frightening work.
Filename: HVYeats.rtf


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