What does a lonely impulse of delight mean?

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Rather it is because the airman holds "A lonely impulse of delight," a love of flying or zeal towards a particular specialized craft that no one else shares and few others understand.

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Beside this, what is the message of An Irish Airman Foresees his Death?

While "In Memory of Major Robert Gregory" is an elegy for Gregory, written from the perspective of Yeats himself, "An Irish Airman Foresees His Death" is Yeats' attempt to get inside Gregory's head, so to speak, and describe Gregory's sense of life, certain death, and war.

Likewise, what type of poem is an Irish Airman Foresees his Death? Style. “An Irish Airman Foresees His Death” is composed of four quatrains in a continuous sixteen-line stanza. Each quatrain has an abab rhyme scheme. The poem uses the iambic tetrameter form of meter and employs alliteration.

Also Know, what does kiltartan cross mean?

As you've maybe guessed, Kiltartan Cross is a place in Ireland. In fact, it is the name of a barony in western Ireland (a barony is kind of like a county, but smaller). Kiltartan was home to one Lady Gregory, a very close friend of Yeats' who had this really awesome estate called Coole Park.

What was the major historical event that inspired the poem An Irish Airman Foresees his Death?

World War I

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