Yeats Annual No 3

Cronin, Anthony, “William Butler Yeats: Containing Contradictions”, Heritage Now: Irish Literature in the English Language (Dingle: Brandon, 1982). Davenport, Gary, “Yeats and Belief”, Sewannee Review, Lxxxix:3 (Summer 1981) 469–73.

Author: Warwick Gould

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349062065

Category: Literary Criticism

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Yeats Annual

Author: Warwick Gould

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 0333324579

Category: Literary Criticism

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Yeats Annual No 5

“Two Omissions from The Secret Rose, Stories by W. B. Yeats: a Variorum Edition” in YA 3 (1985) p. 198. —, (ed.), Yeats Annual No. 3 (London: Macmillan Press; Atlantic Highlands: Humanities, 1985). Items are separately cited under ...

Author: Warwick Gould

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349068418

Category: Literary Criticism

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Yeats Annual No 10

Editor's Note On 7 September 1991, outside no. 3 Blenheim Road, Bedford Park, Anne Yeats unveiled a dark green plaque to John Butler Yeats, W. B. and Jack B. Yeats (see Plate 8), offering a delightful, intimate and amusing account of ...

Author: Warwick Gould

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349119165

Category: Literary Criticism

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Yeats Annual No. 10 finds new thresholds and margins in Yeats's thought and work. It concentrates upon his plays, his occult concerns with spiritualism and the Irish belief in an otherworld, and closely examines certain aspects of his textual state and the borders of his canon. 'The admirable Yeats Annual ... a powerful base of biographical and textual knowledge. Since 1982 the vade mecum of ... Yeats ... full of interest'. Bernard O'Donoghue, The Times Literary Supplement
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Thomas Hardy Annual No 3

In the same series THOMAS HARDY ANNUAL Nos 1 and 2 Edited by Norman Page O'CASEY ANNUAL Nos 1–4 Edited by Robert G. Lowery YEATS ANNUAL Nos 1 and 2 Edited by Richard J. Finneran YEATS ANNUAL Nos 3 and 4 Edited by Warwick Gould Further ...

Author: Norman Page

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349071043

Category: Literary Criticism

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Yeats Annual No 11

The xeroxes do not include Yeats's further numberings and titles which were listed in YA 7, 1989, 182—3, n. 3. The information is reproduced with more detail at the end of our transcription. The continuing unavailability of the original ...

Author: Warwick Gould

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349237579

Category: Literary Criticism

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Yeats Annual No. 11 has four broad themes: W.B. Yeats's written and oral poetic technique; his philosophical interests in Eastern thought and A Vision; his manuscripts: and Jack B. Yeats's work, including his illustrations for his brother's writing. The contributions include: Michael Sidnell on Yeats's 'Written Speech'; Helen Vendler on Yeats and Ottava Rima; Steve Ellis on Chaucer, Yeats and the Living Voice; P.S. Sri on Yeats and Mohini Chatterjee; Matthew Gibson and Colin McDowell on A Vision and the automatic script; Wayne Chapman on the 'Countess Cathleen Row' of 1899 and revisions to the play; Warwick Gould and Deirdre Toomey on The Flame of the Spirit; Hilary Pyle on Jack B. Yeats's Illustrations for his Brother; John Purser's edited transcript of Jack Yeats and Thomas MacGreevy in conversation. There are shorter notes by Morton D. Paley, A.Norman Jeffares, Lis Pihl and others. Fourteen new books are reviewed and the nine plates include hitherto unpublished images.
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Yeats Annual No 8

At least three stages of revision are represented in the manuscript. The original sequence was cream-coloured pages “(la” (probably without the “a”), “2”, “(3”, “4”, “5”, “96”, “kö 7”, “8”, “9.”, “10”, “M 12”, “13”, and “14”.

Author: Warwick Gould

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349088614

Category: Literary Criticism

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Yeats Annual No.8 has two distinct themes: Yeats's poetic technique and his aims for an Irish Theatre. Essays from Helen Vendler, Richard Taylor, Timothy Armstrong and Wayne Chapman place the poetry under close scrutiny and offer challenging new studies. Yeats himself writes the remaining essays, including the long-awaited first publication of his Wildean dialogue and an uncollected address on the Irish National Theatre delivered in 1934. Richard Londraville edits four of Yeats's lectures given in England and America in 1902-4.
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Yeats Annual No 7

The addition of the title can be explained by Maud Gonne's initiation into the Isis—Urania No. 3 Temple in London on 2 November 1891 (CL1266; Mem 49–50). Henceforth as V. H. Soror Per Ignem 186 Yeats Annual No. 7.

Author: Warwick Gould

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349079513

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 315

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The essays in Yeats Annual No 7 are dedicated to the memory of Richard Ellmann, one of the great pioneer critics of W.B.Yeats. They have been contributed by distinguished colleagues and friends of Richard Ellmann, chosen on his advice. The volume also contains much new material by Yeats himself - a new and virtually complete early draft of his novel The Speckled Bird, here entitled 'The Lilies of the Lord' and two new poems from The Flame of the Spirit manuscript book, given to Maud Gonne in 1981.
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Yeats Annual

41, no. 3 (Sept. 1980] IoG4-A.) W. B. YEATS AND SHRI PUROHIT SWAMI: A STUDY OF YEATS'S LAST INDIAN PHASE (Order No. 802.1380) HEGDE, NARAYAN, PH.D. (State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1980) 2O5 pp. This dissertation undertakes ...

Author: Richard J. Finneran

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349053247

Category: Literary Criticism

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