The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats - Book 1, The Complete Poems of WB Yeats : Chapter 3, Responsibilities & Wild Swans Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Complete Poems of WB Yeats : Chapter 3, Responsibilities & Wild Swans Summary

The work continues. By now, readers have been able to develop a sense for the author's voice. He is one of the greatest of poets of the modern era within the European tradition of verse forms. Of course, his brilliance is also a source of Irish and British pride. Readers will have found so far a few things. 1) these poems can be taken individually or in groups. When taken this way, the work makes a great coffee table book for a living room. A moment's break between tasks, a commercial break during television viewing or while a loved one is engaged on the telephone are all brief time periods when reading one or two of these poems would bring a joyful experience for...

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