Poetry And Yeats Poetry

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A discussion is made on the development of poetic voice and subject in his writing. A broad development of Yeats poetic form, style and technique will discuss in two periods and the influence of these two periods on his themes, context and subject. These points will discuss with the help of some selected poems from his poetry. After providing an analysis, I will draw appropriate conclusion. W.B Yeats was born on 13 June 1865 in Dublin. His family was lived with a changed life form Victorian to Modernist era. Yeats lived in London with his family until the age of sixteen. This time was difficult for his family because his mother was lived far away from her home country, the Ireland. Thus in his poetry, Yeats presented strong sense of Irish patriotism. Yeats returned back to Ireland in 1881 and here he enrolled in Dublin based Metropolitan School of Art. After spending five years in this school, he was developed a fascination with literature. The first published poem by Yeats was in 1885 in the Dublin University Review and formed the Dublin Lodge of the Hermetic society in
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