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“The Lake Isle of Innisfree”Poet: William Butler Yeats
This poem is a wonderful creation of the poet William ButlerYeats. The poet used to live at Innisfree during his childhood...
An Image of Innisfree   Wattles
9 Bean Rows, a Leelanau County farmmarket, growsstrawberries, blueberries, blackberries,   A hive for the honeybeeapples, ...
Cricket   Linnet
Standing man on   Sound of fallingthe roadway       lake water                   Water falling on ocean rocks sweet sound....
Answer the following questions:1. What kind of place is Innisfree?2. Which are the rhyming words in the first stanza?3. Wh...
Kaushik R SolankiTGT EnglishJNV BanaskanthaAt: DantiwadaGujarat
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  1. 1. “The Lake Isle of Innisfree”Poet: William Butler Yeats
  2. 2. This poem is a wonderful creation of the poet William ButlerYeats. The poet used to live at Innisfree during his childhood. Thelyric explores the poet’s wish for the peace and tranquility ofInnisfree. “The Lake Isle of Innisfree” expresses the idea that natureprovides an inherently restorative place to which human beings cango to escape the chaos and corrupting influences of civilization. Inhis autobiography, Yeats writes that his poem was influenced by hisreading of American writer Henry David Thoreau’s Walden (1854),which describes Thoreau’s experiment of living alone in a small hutin the woods on Walden Pond, outside Concord,Massachusetts. “The Lake Isle of Innisfree” is written withan abab rhyme scheme corresponding to each of the three quatrainsin the poem, which are defined as a stanza composed of four lineswhich may or may not have a set line length. Also prevalent is theuse of alliteration and assonance, both of which emphasize themusical tone and rhythm of the piece.
  3. 3. An Image of Innisfree Wattles
  4. 4. 9 Bean Rows, a Leelanau County farmmarket, growsstrawberries, blueberries, blackberries, A hive for the honeybeeapples, raspberries, cherries, pumpkins, squash herbs and more.
  5. 5. Cricket Linnet
  6. 6. Standing man on Sound of fallingthe roadway lake water Water falling on ocean rocks sweet sound..3gp
  7. 7. Answer the following questions:1. What kind of place is Innisfree?2. Which are the rhyming words in the first stanza?3. What is the rhyming scheme of the poem?4. Which figures of speech are used in this poem?
  8. 8. Kaushik R SolankiTGT EnglishJNV BanaskanthaAt: DantiwadaGujarat
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