The Song Of Wandering Aengus Analysis

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Work Hard for Loved Ones
Aengus in “The Song of Wandering Aengus” took on a lifelong journey to find his mysterious trout that had turned into a girl. Conner Bailey from The Land of Stories The Wishing Spell, had to find a way to escape and get out of the fairy-tale world. Alex Bailey from The Land of Stories The Enchantress Returns had to save the world by defeating the malevolent Enchantress. However, all three were diligent in working hard to achieve their goals because they wanted to get home and be with the people they loved.
Aengus undertook an expedition to find the glimmering girl who had once been a trout. The poem, “The Song of Wandering Aengus,” states, “Though I am old with wandering Through hollow lands and hilly lands, I will find out where she has gone, And kiss her lips and take her hands”(Yeats 18-20). This explains that Aengus was going to devote his life to finding the girl he loves. According to the author of “The Song of Wandering Aengus,” “Though I am old with wandering”(Yeats 17). This shows that Aengus was getting older and older while trying to find the goal, but still, he had no luck. Based on what is in the text, “And kiss her lips and take her hands;”(Yeats 20). This represents that Aengus was pursuing love and admiration from the mysterious girl. Although Aengus worked very hard for what he wanted, he never found it.
Alex Bailey was a thirteen-year-old girl who had been seized in the fairy-tale world and had to defeat the Enchantress in order to save the world, nevertheless all people that were captured, including the fairy godmother, of which is her grandmother. According to the book, The Land of Stories the Enchantress Returns, it states, “... the Enchantress was unstoppable.” (Colfer 196). “It was if the Fairy Godmother had told them the world was over.” (Colfer 198). This shows that if no one could stop the Enchantress, the world would end. Based on what I read, “A thirteen-year-old girl in a headband had been able to do what none of the crowned monarchs could.” (Colfer 482). This explains that Alex defeated the Enchantress herself even though no one else could and even though she went through many challenges. According to the author, “What will you do now that I have the
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