The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats - Book 1, The Complete Poems of WB Yeats : Chapter 11, Part Two-Additional Poems Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Complete Poems of WB Yeats : Chapter 11, Part Two-Additional Poems Summary

This introduces another type of poetic literary work. It is a two act fairy tale, and includes a set of characters. Like those of the previous section, these are designed to be used in the production of a live theatre form of poetry. A man named Thernot speaks first, in rhyming couplets housed together into a neat 7 line stanza. Colin is the other character in the first poems. His first remark is 14 clean lines long. Like the other man, these words are conveyed in a package of 7 rhymed 'couplets' united into a set of lines like a column of a row of brick work.

Later in the story there is a bit of intrigue added when a female decides to attempt a role...

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