William Butler Yeats's "Adam's Curse"


Essay, 2007

5 Pages, Grade: 1


Abstract or Introduction

William Butler Yeats’s poem Adam’s Curse is about the difficulty of creating something beautiful, society’s lacking understanding of the work of an author and poet and the sincere expression of love. Yeats being identical with the speaker sits together with two other persons on a day in late summer.
This paper is the attempt to give a detailed interpretation on William Butler Yeats's "Adam's Curse".

Details

Title
William Butler Yeats's "Adam's Curse"
College
University of Innsbruck  (Department of English)
Course
The Irish Literary Revival
Grade
1
Author
Year
2007
Pages
5
Catalog Number
V76356
ISBN (eBook)
9783638800921
File size
335 KB
Language
English
Notes
Arbeit ohne Sekundärliteratur (Anm. der Red.)
Keywords
William, Butler, Yeats, Adam, Irish, Literary, Revival, Adam's, Curse, poetry
Quote paper
Stefan Hinterholzer (Author), 2007, William Butler Yeats's "Adam's Curse", Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/76356

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