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e Way out

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Transcript of e Way out

Brown Penny
by
William Butler Yeats

Analysis of Poem
O love is the crooked thing,
There is nobody wise enough
To find out all that is in it,
For he would be thinking of love
Till the stars had run away
And the shadows eaten the moon.
Ah, penny, brown penny, brown penny,
One cannot begin it too soon.
MESSAGE OF POEM:Message is taking a chance on love, and in a sense, is wishing for love .
ACTIVITY TIME
I WHISPERED, 'I am too young,'
And then, 'I am old enough';
Wherefore I threw a penny
To find out if I might love.
'Go and love, go and love, young man,
If the lady be young and fair.'
Ah, penny, brown penny, brown penny,
I am looped in the loops of her hair.

O love is the crooked thing,
There is nobody wise enough
To find out all that is in it,
For he would be thinking of love
Till the stars had run away
And the shadows eaten the moon.
Ah, penny, brown penny, brown penny,
One cannot begin it too soon.
Analysis of Poem
I whispered, 'I am too young,'
And then, 'I am old enough';
Wherefore I threw a penny
To find out if I might love.
'Go and love, go and love, young man,
If the lady be young and fair.'
Ah, penny, brown penny, brown penny,
I am looped in the loops of her hair.
Irish poet and one of the foremost figures of 20th century literature. A pillar of both the Irish and British literary establishments, in his later years he served as an Irish Senator for two terms. In 1923 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Also he wrote many plays for The Irish Literary Theatre.
WILLIAM BUTLER
Yeats was a symbolic poet, he used allusive imagery and symbolic structures throughout his career. Unlike other modernists who experimented with free verse.His One of the most popular poems are Mosada(1886), The Wanderings of Oisin(1889), The Land of Heart's Desire(1894), The Second Coming(1921) and Brown Penny(1910).
WILLIAM BUTLER
And his popular proses are ;
• 1891 – Representative Irish Tales
• 1892 – Irish Faerie Tales
• 1893 – The Celtic Twilight .
WILLIAM BUTLER
RHYME SCHEMES:

• crossed rhyme, alternating rhyme, interlocking rhyme: Rhyming in an
abab
pattern.

• intermittent rhyme: Rhyming every other line, as in the standard ballad quatrain:
xaxa
.

• envelope rhyme, inserted rhyme: Rhyming
abba
(as in the In Memoriam stanza).

• irregular rhyme: Rhyming that follows no fixed pattern (as in the pseudopindaric or irregular ode).

• sporadic rhyme, occasional rhyme: Rhyming that occurs unpredictably in a poem with mostly unrhymed lines.



one-syllable rhyme, masculine rhyme
: The rhyme occurs on the final stressed syllables:
One, two,
Buckle my shoe

RHYMES
• assonance: matching vowels. (shake, hate)
• consonance: matching consonants. (rabies, robbers)
• alliteration (or head rhyme): matching initial consonants. (short,ship)
• extra-syllable rhyme,feminine rhyme:
These refer to rhyming double or triple or multiple extra-syllable endings:
dying/flying, generate/venerate, salubrious/lugubrious.
I WHISPERED, 'I am too young,'
enjambment
And then, 'I am old enough';
enjambment
Wherefore I threw a penny
enjambment
To find out if I might love.
end stopped
'Go and love, go and love, young man,
enjambment
If the lady be young and fair.'
end stopped
Ah, penny, brown penny, brown penny,
enjambment
I am looped in the loops of her hair.
end stopped

O love is the crooked thing,
enjambment
There is nobody wise enough
enjambment
To find out all that is in it,
enjambment
For he would be thinking of love
enjambment
Till the stars had run away
enjambment
And the shadows eaten the moon.
end stopped
Ah, penny, brown penny, brown penny,
enjambment
One cannot begin it too soon.
end stopped

STRUCTURE

The rhyme scheme is ABCB

The accented vowel is masculine

It was formed 2 octaves
FIGURES OF SPEECH
THANKS FOR LISTENING
SEDA TEZGÖRENLER
SELEN KÖSE
KÜBRA ATEŞ
BERFİN AKKURT

THANKS FOR LISTENING !!

SEDA TEZGÖRENLER
DEMET SAYINER
SELEN KÖSE
KÜBRA ATEŞ
BERFİN AKKURT
I WHISPERED, 'I am too young,'
And then, 'I am old enough';
Wherefore I threw a penny
To find out if I might love.
'Go and love, go and love, young man,
If the lady be young and fair.'
Ah, penny, brown penny, brown penny,
I am looped in the loops of her hair.
O love is the crooked thing,
There is nobody wise enough
To find out all that is in it,
For he would be thinking of love
Till the stars had run away
And the shadows eaten the moon.
Ah, penny, brown penny, brown penny,
One cannot begin it too soon.
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