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Discuss in Detail Language and Sound the Poet Used, and How Ithey Communicates His Purpose.

Summary: In " The Wild Swans at Coole", William Butler Yeats uses many sound techniques and literary devices in order to communicate the purpose of the poem such devices are rhyme, metaphor, alliteration and personification. Once these devices are put together the purpose of the poem is emphasised.
Set in the beautiful period of autumn, the poem "The Wild Swans at Coole" reflects the poet's memories alongside the love of his life. The poem describes William Butler Yeats's life as he remembers nineteen years ago counting the swans at "Augusta Gregory's Coole Park Residence", however since then "All's changed", he is now alone. This poem by Yeats contains many poetic devices such as repetition, alliteration and personification. Yeats also uses language and a variety of complex vocabulary in order to emphasise meaning within the poem. Finally Yeats uses sound techniques in order to improve the communication of his purpose within the poem.

Yeats begins his poem by describing "autumn beauty." Throughout the poem, "autumn" has been repeated several times, this example of repetition emphasises the beautiful colours associated within autumn. Autumn is also the time when the swans come out into the open, for Yeats however...

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