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This paper examines some of Yeats's poems referring to the aging problem. While many poems on this issue have been discussed, few have put their focus on the poems related to Iseult Gonne. Aging takes a toll on Yeats when he feels immoderate passion for his age: he realizes that he is too old to win Iseult's love. This paper investigates Yeats's ways to solve the aging problem. The old man often admires beautiful Iseult, but he is tormented by the thought of his old age. However, the poetdoi:10.14354/yjk.2017.52.231 fatcat:zjjujwpjtfhkljtf2kecsxskba