What is the main theme of the poem The Lake Isle of Innisfree?
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The theme of the poem The Lake Isle of Innisfree is “Return to Nature”. The poem is living in urban area, characterised by industrialisation, materialistic thinking and fancy living. There is noise, pollution, diseases and every evil in the city life.
The poet seems to be fed up with such a kind of life. He desires peace and liberty. Hence he desires to go back to The Lake Isle of Innisfree. He imagines to have built a hut of clay, grown vegetables and also reared bees.
He does not want to hear the noise of city life. Instead, he is interested in listening to the voice of cricket. He does not like the hurry life of city. He desires peace which comes slowly. Hence the poet is desiring to give up the civilization and live in solitude.
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