Author: Stan Smith
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; UK ed. edition (October 31, 1990)
Category: History & Criticism
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This is a fine critical introduction to Yeats. The book is separated into. Reading Yeats' : 20 pages of general impressions from the author, including a 'famous' mistake that another critic - I wish S. Smith had told us who - had made in a published interpretation of 'Among School Children'.
This is a fine critical introduction to Yeats. 'Readers' beware, I think the warning is). 'Yeats's Themes and Motifs' spans pages 55 to 121. 'Style' is 30 pages. This chapter is unnecessary,.
Yeats's antithetical vision, his fascination with conflict, energy, turbulence and the bodiliness of being, his . No poet in this century has shaped his work so directly out of reaction to the history of his times.
Yeats's antithetical vision, his fascination with conflict, energy, turbulence and the bodiliness of being, his sense of poetry as a dramatic process, indicate how closely bound up are the stylistic and the thematic dimensions of his art. As a poet of carnality as much as of politics, Yeats is unexcelled.
The aim of this study is to help students at school and university to approach . Some sections of this book were first delivered as lectures in the Universita degli Studi di Firenze in 1987, and as the talk, "The Folly That Men Do: Yeats and Women" at the British Institute, Florence. org to approved e-mail addresses. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
B. Yeats: A Critical Introduction. Chapters Table of contents (5 chapters). In the process, it offers many original readings of the poems, and emphasises the urgency and contemporaneity of Yeats's work. apocalypse art civil war dance death England history imagination independence poem poet theatre tradition William Butler Yeats women. Bibliographic information.
Trembling of the Veil in The Autobiography pp 166 25 3A General Introduction.
1. Cult of escape – escape from the present and from the immediate, and from the concrete and the physical. Escape to an idealized world, metaphysical, supernatural, mystical, world of imagination. Trembling of the Veil in The Autobiography pp 166 25 3A General Introduction. Northern Kentucky University. ENG 302 - Spring 2014. Symbolism in the Poetry of William Butler Yeats.
It then outlines the major critical trends from the 1930s to the present. One first needs to know what Yeats wrote. Allan Wade's A Bibliography of the Writings of W. B. Yeats (1968) documents the poet's books as well as his contributions to periodicals and to books assembled by others. It also catalogs early studies of his work, and provides information about translations, radio broadcasts, and his sister's press.
Yeats: a Critical Introduction. ISBN 9780333480663 (978-0-333-48066-3) Hardcover, Palgrave Macmillan, 1990. Find signed collectible books: '. Yeats: a Critical Introduction'. Yeats: a Critical Introduction: . Yeats: a Critical Introduction: ISBN 9780333480663 (978-0-333-48066-3) Hardcover, Palgrave Macmillan, 1990. Auden (Writers and their Work). Coauthors & Alternates.
By Balachandra Rajan. This chief aim of this title, first published in 1965, is to present a comprehensive picture of Yeats’s achievement and some of the means for an evaluation of that achievement
By Balachandra Rajan. This chief aim of this title, first published in 1965, is to present a comprehensive picture of Yeats’s achievement and some of the means for an evaluation of that achievement. To this end both the poems and plays have been examined and some of Yeats’s critical ideas have been briefly discussed. Professor Rajan’s study provides a compact introduction to Yeats’s work, and will be of interest to the general reader as well as to students of literature.
Not a few recent books devote more space than we do to literary form, rhetorical criticism, and historical parallels. We do not minimize the importance of such topics and have introduced them where they directly bear on the subject at hand. We do not minimize the importance of such topics and have introduced them where they directly bear on the subject at hand