Poems of W.B. Yeats: The Tower

2. stanza 3 contains another daydream. what does Yeats imanige here?

Among school children

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He imagines a child in the classroom to be a reincarnation of Maud as she would have been at that age: “She stands before me as a living child”. He also goes back to the Leda and the Swan myth “For even daughters of the swan …”