A War Between the Orders: Yeats's Fiction and the Transcendental Moment

Hirsch, Edward
September 1983
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall1983, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p52
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Looks at the characteristics of the unfinished novel "The Speckled Bird," by W. B. Yeats. Number of pages of the original version of the manuscript; Comment of several literary scholars on the use of the novel by Yeats to explore his occult and artistic preoccupations; Characteristics of protagonist Michael Hearne.


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