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Analysis of W. B. Yeats' “No Second Troy”

Analysis of W. B. Yeats' “No Second Troy”
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Sub Topics: W. B. Yeats' “No Second Troy” is framed out into four rhetorical questions as a means of coming to terms with the reality of his unrequited love relationship with Maud Gonne.


Key Words: W. B. Yeats , decadent, new realism, modern age, love, English language, lyric, love poems , Maud Gonne

W. B. Yeats is generally regarded as a link between the decadent aestheticism of the nineties and a new realism of the modern age. He is also one of the greatest love poets of the English language and the complexity! The lyric grace and authenticity of feeling of his love poems along with his intensity and his expression of the sense of loss resulting from failure in love all go into ranking him with the other great love poets in the World Literature. Such a typical poem is his ‘No Second Troy’. The whole poem is framed out into four rhetorical questions as a means of coming to terms with the reality of his unrequited love relationship with Maud Gonne.
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