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A Critical Edition of Yeats

A Critical Edition of Yeats

A Critical Edition of Yeats' ''A Vision''. William Butler Yeats, George M. Harper, Walter K. Hood

A Critical Edition of Yeats' ''A Vision''


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A Critical Edition of Yeats' ''A Vision'' William Butler Yeats, George M. Harper, Walter K. Hood
Publisher: MacMillan Press Ltd




€Flesh and Bones: Anne Enright's The Gathering.” South Carolina Review 43 (2010): 74–87. On Yeats as a dramatist, particularly useful are Helen H. In the occult life and work of W. Yeats's poems we have two rivaling critical editions: the first by Richard Finneran, originally published in 1983, revised in 1989 and available in the Collected Works issued by Scribners in New York, the second by A. Since it affects the poetry more obviously and more directly than almost any other part of the System, the view of history proposed in A Vision has received more critical attention than any other area, not all of it entirely accurate. Vendler, Yeats's Vision and the Later Plays (1963), and Leonard Nathan, Figures in a Dance: William Butler Yeats' Development as a Tragic Dramatist, 1884-1939 (1965). An omnibus edition, Star Trek: Mere Anarchy, was published in 2009. Elke D'hoker, Raphaël Ingelbien, and Hedwig Schwall. Two excellent collections of essays by various critics are James Hall and Martin Steinman, eds., The Permanence of Yeats: Selected Criticism (1950), and John Unterecker, ed., Yeats: A Collection of Critical Essays (1963). This “Complete Six-Part Saga” takes from Yeats more than its main title (also borrowed by Woody Allen for his 2007 collection of comedy pieces). Yeats and has written extensively about the mediumistic collaboration between Yeats and his wife George Hyde Lees, as well as editing scholarly editions of the manuscripts and philosophical book A Vision. We knew about that because there were several books by Eliot in the school library signed 'for the boys of Inst' by the author himself; and the publishers' address, then 24 Russell Square, London WC1, in those rich, 'linen-bound' editions, left an ..

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