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An Analysis of the Poem "a Prayer for My Daughter" by William Butler Yeats

Summary: A Prayer for My Daughter written by William Butler Yeats. An analysis of the poem.
An Analysis of the poem "A Prayer for My Daughter" by William Butler Yeats

A Prayer for My Daughter is a poem written by William Butler Yeats in 1919. This poem is a pray-like poem. And it generally tells about the poet's ideas about his daughter who is sleeping at the same time while the poem is being told. Throughout the poem the Yeats reflects that how he wants his daughter's future should be. This essay will analyze the poem under three subtitle: 1- What does this poem mean", 2- The poetic devices, imagery, rhyming, figures of speech, used in the poem and mood, diction, language, and the structure of the poem, 3- An essay in a feminist point of view titled "What does the poet want his daughter to become"" .

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