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W.B. Yeats Ireland s most influential poet, Yeats s poems express both powerful personal feelings and something of the whole human dilemma of the 20th century. Free Download [ W.B. Yeats ] by [ W.B. Yeats ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – grisedalelodge.co.uk

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  1. This is an excellent book as Ellmann says in his Foreword MacNeice s book on Yeats is still as good an introduction to that poet as we have, with the added introduction that it is also an introduction to MacNeice What makes it so good as a discussion of all of Yeats work is MacNeice s obvious and explicit ambivalence On the one hand, he admits If I were making a general anthology of shorter English poems , I would want to include some sixty poems by W.B.Yeats there is no other poet in the This is an excellent book as Ellmann says in his Foreword MacNeice s book on Yeats is still as good an introduction to that poet as we have, with the added introduction that it is also an introduction to MacNeice What makes it so good as a discussion of all of Yeats work is MacNeice s obvious and explicit ambivalence On the one hand, he admits If I were making a general anthology of shorter English poems , I would want to include some sixty poems by W.B.Yeats there is no other poet in the language from whom I should chose so many On the other, there is so much about Yeats that MacNeice distrusts or dislikes Politically they were light years apart Their attitudes to the world and the people in it, and even their attitudes to art are dissimilar Even as Irishmen they came from radically different backgrounds and though both of them spent a lot of their time in England, their attitudes ...

  2. Those masterful images because completeGrew in pure mind, but out of what began A mound of refuse or the sweepings of a street,Old kettles, old bottles, and a broken can,Old irons, old bones, old rags, that raving slut Called Heart and Compan...

  3. A good introduction to Yeats, and though at times I found his works beautiful and fascinating, a few poems veered off into some aloof little corner that couldn t hold my attention I think perhaps I need a larger volume to work with in order to find my favourites.

  4. It s by no means a complete collection, but a good one nonetheless and a great introduction to his major works Well done.

  5. Yeats is always wonderful.

  6. A great, albeit slightly dated, book on Yeats.

  7. Some extra poems I had not read before Money familiar Good book for 2.