In "The Wild Swans at Coole," how does the speaker present his feelings about the swans in this poem?

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In "The Wild Swans at Coole," the speaker presents his feelings about the swans by describing the beauty of these birds in their environment and by explaining how he measures his own changes against them.

Yeats uses positive imagery to describe the swans and their setting. We are drawn to this lovely place by the description of the trees in their "autumn beauty" and the still...

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