The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats - Book 1, The Complete Poems of WB Years: Chapter 4, The Tower & Winding Stairs Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Complete Poems of WB Years: Chapter 4, The Tower & Winding Stairs Summary

There are two sections handled here. The first one, called The Tower will be included in its entirety. The second one will not, because its contents span across the fifty page norm for material covered by a chapter of the summary. The first poem bears the same title as the section of text. This item has been numbered 205 by the editors. In addition to this, readers do well to know that it one of Yeats' longer poems, running into a few pages of length.

The Tower is divided into several sections, each contains a set of stanzas. The first stanza has a singular structure. This opens with four lines and then proceeds into more typical stanzas. There are three major divisions...

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