Essay writer yeats

In 1889, Yeats met Maud Gonne, a 23-year-old English heiress and ardent Irish Nationalist. [35] She was eighteen months younger than Yeats and later claimed she met the poet as a "paint-stained art student." [36] Gonne admired "The Island of Statues" and sought out his acquaintance. Yeats began an obsessive infatuation, and she had a significant and lasting effect on his poetry and his life thereafter. [37] In later years he admitted, "it seems to me that she [Gonne] brought into my life those days—for as yet I saw only what lay upon the surface—the middle of the tint, a sound as of a Burmese gong, an over-powering tumult that had yet many pleasant secondary notes." [38] Yeats's love was unrequited, in part due to his reluctance to participate in her nationalist activism. [39]

Essay writer yeats

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