A template/guideline to be used to summarize the brief/key ideas, themes and techniques in poems for Junior and Leaving Certificate English Poetry Module. Very efficient to glance at before entering an exam
Notes by Harry Savill Historical Background - The poem was first published in 1917. - Coole Park is located in County Galway was the home to Lady Gregory, a patron of the arts and one of Yeats’ closest friends. - Yeats's home at Thoor Ballylee was just 3 miles away - He also wrote "Coole Park, 1929",…
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Here is my topic notes for W.B. Yeats which cover, Background information, Main Themes, Imagery and Key Quotes, A personal response to Yeats’ poetry, Sailing to Byzantium, Easter 1913, The Lake Isle of Inishfree, The Second Coming andThe Wild swans at Coole