What poetic device do you notice in the following lines from “lake isle of innisfree?

C. Both A and B, it was right

Explanation: “The Lake of Innisfree,” is a poem by W. B. Yeats published in 1893 in his second book. In his poem, the poet symbolizes the quiet and peaceful life of Innisfree. And the solicitude life that he wants to spend there in nature. Yeats creates a natural imagery in ‘Lake Isle’ of a place which is dreamy where urban people would like to go to from their hustle-bustle lives. Lake Innisfree in the city of New Rochelle, in Westchester County, New York is a man-made reservoir, taken its name from the poem Lake Isle of Innisfree by W. B. Yeats.

I think it is the third option

Mourning Explanation: The tone is dull and negative, it can’t be hope for that reason. It also can’t be regret or bitterness because the speaker doesn’t express any regrets or bad feelings toward anything. so that answer *must* be mourning. Hope I could help!

The association that the speaker in “The Lake Isle of Innisfree” by William Butler Yeats build around the symbol of Innisfree is of youth and peace Explanation: Innisfree is a real place that in fact, the writer visited many times in his childhood in this poem it is a representation of the peace the nature used to bring him and the youth of his childhood and youth years when he used to be there, they are in the past now and they are never coming back as we can see in the poem.

Answer 6

to emphasize his belief that life is full of joy

Answer 7

William Butler Yeats is all praise for nature because nature is timeless and beautiful.He has spent his childhood over there and he is familiar with the place and loves it.It shows his longing for peace and tranquility.

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In the poem, the speaker says that “I hear it in the deep heart’s core.” In this line the pronoun “it” refers to the sound of the water. He is trying to show that the lake is important to the speaker and a part of him.

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