This poem was written by William Butler Yeats for his infant daughter, Anne. He worries about her. Maud Gonne was a radical, opinionated intelligent lady… Read More »Analysis of A Prayer for My Daughter by W. B. Yeats
Question: Elucidate that Yeats’ Among School Children deals with the anxieties of old age and decay.
Yeats’ poetry communicates universal and potent ideas, which makes his poetry still relevant and suits well for modernism. His unique philosophies and view points provide an opportunity to broaden our understandings and perspectives of life which are still relevant today in our society. Among School Children deeply examines the transcendental connection between purpose of life and eventual decline of physical and spiritual ages.Read More »Question on “Among School Children”