Question: English & Literature

On what do "the young" focus in the first stanza? What do they ignore? Why? On what do "the young" focus on in the second stanza?

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In English & Literature | Asked by Ovie8
Asked from the Sailing to Byzantium study pack
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The focus of the young in Sailing to Byzantium is themselves. Yeats sees them as fundamentally selfish. This can be seen in the line "in one another's arms".

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