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Title: "Sailing to Byzantium": Appreciation of Life and the Struggle Between the Ages

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Subject: English
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Date: October 4, 2005
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The narrator has landed into the city realizing how magnificent of a place Byzantium really is. During the third stanza the narrator summons the wise old men who are portrayed thought the golden walls of the Byzantine churches. The narrator asks to be knowledgeable about in the ancient mysterious ways of the Byzantine, and wishes he could learn from their masters...

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The narrator asks to be knowledgeable about in the ancient mysterious ways of the Byzantine, and wishes he could learn from their masters. By stanza four the man now understands his life better. Through Yeats the narrator discusses his desire to become an engraving in the gold on a Byzantine wall...

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