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poetry

The Drum

The subject of War is one that rouses many varying attitudes amongst writers, which is…

World War One

World war one went on for four years, and every year that went by seemed…

The Stolen Child

The aim of this essay is to analyse W. B Yeat’s poem, ‘The Stolen Child’,…

William Butler Yeats

Later on in his career Yeats underwent a profound style change. The romantic wistfulness, the…

Leda and the Swan

This poem is a narrative of an incident from the Greek mythology, where Leda is…

Yeats' early poetry

Throughout Yeats’ early poetry, the theme of love is one of utmost importance, especially in…

Does it Matter

1. The terrible injuries are, ‘losing your legs’, which means that in war soldiers have…

War Poetry

Reality and our perception of it are often very different. Truth is a very unsubstantial…

English-War Poetry

In the poem ‘Sohrab and Rustum’ war is presented as being magnificent, epic and glorious….