William Butler Yeats Essay | Student Essay

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W.B. Yeats Poetry

Summary: Why you like/dislike Yeats as a poet.
I like Yeats poetry.
Yeats had a hard life and at times a sad life. His relationships with women appear not to have been much better. In the poems we have studied the reader encounters all of the above.

In the " The Lake Isle of Innisfree" we find the young Yeats already wanting to escape to an imaginary, better life. In "September 1913" he writes of his disgust with the modern materialistic Ireland. In the "Wild Swans at Coole", Yeats looks back over the last nineteen years of his life (especially his love life) with regret and misery. In "Sailing to Byzantium" an old Yeats is again imagining going to another place

Even though Yeats had a sad life with considerable heartache and misery, he still manages to create beautiful, well crafted poems about both the personal and the public.

Yeats was a dreamer and an idealist...


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