The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats - Book 1, The Complete Poetry of William Butler Yeats : Chapter 7, Love, Tom & Parnell's Funeral Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Complete Poetry of William Butler Yeats : Chapter 7, Love, Tom & Parnell's Funeral Summary

X. Her Anxiety- "Prove that I lie," (p.266). This line occurs twice. This poem is about the physical aspect of beauty. XI. His Confidence-This poem is about undying love, and includes a reference to stone and to a heart rent in two. XII. Love's Lonliness- This poem connects familial relations with sexual love.

XIII. Her Dream: This poem begins with a description of a woman who has cut her hair as a reaction to some event in her love life. Later in the poem her hair disappears and is burned by another woman. The next poem XIV His Bargain is two stanzas long, rather than only one. The stanzas using perfect rhyme in alternating lines.

XV is called Three...

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