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Entering school at the age of 8, Keats was "known for his fierce prowess in schoolyard fights" (“John Keats: Childhood”). Although Keats was the eldest of the four children and the son of a mere stable keeper, he and his large family lived a relatively comfortable life. He lived an uneventful life until his father, Thomas Keats, died from a skull fracture after being thrown from his horse. Following his father's death, Keats' distraught mother placed her children in the care of her elderly mother before abandoning him and his siblings for over three years (“John Keats: Childhood”). Only ten years old at the time, the overwhelming loss of his mother led Keats to have panic attacks (“John Keats: Childhood”).
The enigmatic man, who is William Butler Yeats, has a life full of intense emotion and feeling that causes his experiences to be quite radical to say the least. His early childhood, interest in occults, and many encounters with questionable women truly shaped his lifetime of poetry in many ways. As well his poem “Sailing to Byzantium” had many complex themes, a central theme of time, and gave interesting views on art and experience. There were people of the poetry world that analyzed William Butler Yeats’ work and saw quite an interesting use of symbolism and a strikingly unique use of fantastical imagery. William Butler Yeats genuinely was a spiritualist poet.