LO: To explore the . central metaphor . of the poem and consider Yeats’ key concerns. Celtic Culture and Faeries. The poem was written in 1886, and published in 1889. Yeats was 21 when he wrote it, and at the beginning of his career. It celebrates the stories of Ireland that his mother loved. The images are consciously quaint. Yeats would later compile books of Irish fairy lore.
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‘The Stolen Child’
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LO To explore the central metaphor of the poem and consider Yeats key concerns Celtic Culture and Faeries The poem was written in 1886 and published in 1889 Yeats was 21 when he wrote it and at the beginning of his career It celebrates the stories of Ireland that his mother loved The ID: 236827 Download Presentation
Written 1886.. Published in ‘Crossways’ (1889). Objectives. To thoroughly understand the poem and the significance and influence and influence of the contexts it was written . in (A04). To develop critical understanding of how Yeats uses language, structure and form to shape meaning in the .
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