My god, English writers being that nice to us? I'd love to see the day! If it was a question along those lines, I think you'd hear a mass cheer when everyone reads the question.dolbinau said:I don't know Byzantium at all either. I'll have to get some quotes today.
I'm doing When you are Old, The Second Coming and if a third is needed probably Easter 1916 (I only remember around 4 specific techniques though I'll have to shape).
Luckily, I don't think we'll be asked about aging/youth again this year. Is there anything else they could really ask us that is in more than one Yeats poem? (and probably in the harwood poems too as the questions are usually the same)
Probably a simple speech on our personal response to the poetry, I hope!