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Help required with Yeats' poems
Posted by: ul22 (59.93.161.---)
Date: July 06, 2009 03:09AM

I require a critical analysis of the following poems by WB Yeats ,as well as answers to a few questions for my Literature class.

1)The Song Of Wandering Aegnus:

Does Aegnus represent only the Irish deity , or is he symbolic of
Man/Yeats himself?

Who is the girl Aegnus/Yeats refers to?

What do the golden apples of the Sun & silver apples of the Moon represent? (any Pagan ritual?)

Does the poem represent the eternal search of Man for love/companionship?

2)Adam's Curse

3)Aedh wishes For the cloths of heaven

4)The Wild Swans at Coole:

Does Fifty one in the poem symbolize anything?


Any help would be much appreciated!


Re: Help required with Eliot
Posted by: ul22 (59.93.161.---)
Date: July 06, 2009 03:17AM

I require a critical analysis of the following poems by TS Eliot, for my Literature class.

1)Preludes:
The latter part of the poem where it is said that "the conscience of a blackened street is impatient to assume the world" to the part where there is a mention of old women gathering fuel in vacant lots


2)Marina


Any help would be much appreciated!


Re: Help required with Eliot
Posted by: misterF (91.109.227.---)
Date: July 31, 2009 03:45AM

You need to start this as a separate thread, otherwise it looks like a continuation.




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