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- The Wanderer and His Shadow (Part Two) - Nietzsche: Human, All Too Human
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- Hm... Are You a Human?
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The poem begins with the speaker addressing the ghost of Charles Parnell. He returned to the earth and the speaker is not sure why. It might be to see his monument or to simply breathe in the air of the sea. Either way Yeats is worried that he will again be subject to the abuse he suffered before his death. In the next set of lines the speaker goes on to address the way the public treated Hugh Lane, an art dealer.
The Wanderer and His Shadow (Part Two) - Nietzsche: Human, All Too Human
This man sought to bring some of his paintings to Dublin, but was rejected. Yeats sees this action, and those taken against Parnell as being similarly self-destructive.
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The poem concludes with the speaker returning to Parnell and informing him that he might be better off returning to his grave than wandering the earth any longer. In the first stanza of this piece the speaker begins by addressing his listener, the ghost of the politician Charles Stewart Parnell. It is also important to note the relaxed tone of his speech. His mind moves to the builder of the monument and whether or not he was paid in the middle of another thought.
He paints an image of the sea that Parnell might want to see. They would be the most interesting, fastest, and most numerous creatures around, with no men in sight. In the last lines of this first stanza the speaker warns Parnell that he should stick to the sea and the monument. The people are not worth visiting. Yeats saw the actions of the public as a betrayal of their own best interests and of the man who was willing to fight for them. Yeats is comparing the efforts Lane made to improve the city to those which Parnell attempted.
Both were repudiated by the public. Lane thought to bring some of his best paintings, by artists such as Manet and Degas, to Dublin. The city thought otherwise.
The building to house them was going to cost a great deal of money and the public itself pushed back against the idea that foreign art was needed to improve Ireland. The poet speaks on how the works Lane sought to bring to Dublin would have bettered the city. These are human characteristics the speaker saw has having been driven from the city. Hide our refugees!
Don't turn them away. Protect us like a tree that casts a cool shadow in the heat of noon, and let us rest in your shade. We are refugees; hide us where no one can find us. Holman Christian Standard Bible Give us counsel and make a decision.
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International Standard Version "Give us advice; reach a decision! Cast your shadow as if night had come at high noon. Shelter the fugitives, And don't betray a single refugee. NET Bible "Bring a plan, make a decision! Provide some shade in the middle of the day!
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Hide the fugitives! Do not betray the one who tries to escape! New Heart English Bible Give counsel. Execute justice.
Make your shade like the night in the midst of the noonday. Hide the outcasts. Do not betray the fugitive. Make a decision. At high noon make your shadow as dark as night. Hide the fugitives. Don't betray the refugees. JPS Tanakh Give counsel, execute justice; Make thy shadow as the night in the midst of the noonday; Hide the outcasts; betray not the fugitive.
Jubilee Bible Take counsel; execute judgment; make thy shadow as the night in the midst of the noonday; hide the outcasts; do not betray him that escapes. King James Bible Take counsel, execute judgment; make your shadow like the night in the midst of the noonday; hide the outcasts; betray not him that escapes. American King James Version Take counsel, execute judgment; make your shadow as the night in the middle of the noonday; hide the outcasts; denude not him that wanders. American Standard Version Give counsel, execute justice; make thy shade as the night in the midst of the noonday; hide the outcasts; betray not the fugitive.
Brenton Septuagint Translation take farther counsel, and continually make thou a shelter from grief: they flee in darkness at mid-day; they are amazed; be not thou led captive. Douay-Rheims Bible Take counsel, gather a council: make thy shadow as the night in the midday: hide them that flee, and betray not them that wander about. Darby Bible Translation Bring in counsel, execute justice; make thy shadow as the night in the midst of noonday; hide the outcasts, discover not the fugitive.
English Revised Version Give counsel, execute judgment; make thy shadow as the night in the midst of the noonday: hide the outcasts; bewray not the wanderer. Webster's Bible Translation Take counsel, execute judgment; make thy shadow as the night in the midst of the noon-day; hide the outcasts; discover not him that wandereth. World English Bible Give counsel!
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