Essay heading: "Sailing to Byzantium": Appreciation of Life and the Struggle Between the Ages

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(Hochman 211) He feels that as if his body is withering away and that his is much more badly off then any of the young. According to Olsen, in the line "every tatter in this mortal dress" is cause for further argumentation of joy, and the soul is able to rejoice. (216) "The soul of the aged must be strong to seek that which youth neglects...
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(216) "The soul of the aged must be strong to seek that which youth neglects. Hence the old must seek Byzantium; that is the county of the old." (Olsen 216) When they reach Byzantium they are no longer forced to look at the youth of things but are allowed to appreciate the long development in the holy city, which happened long ago...
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