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Why Did Yeats Write An Irish Airman Foresees His Death?

The poem is based on the life and death of a real pilot, Major Robert Gregory, who flew with the British Air Force and died during World War I. Gregory was the son of one Yeats’s friends and the poem was written as an elegy for him, which is why this guide uses masculine pronouns to refer to the speaker

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