SINGING AMID UNCERTAINTY: IMAGE AND IDEA IN YEATS'S "MEMORY"
- Memory. Yeats, William Butler // Collected Classic Poems, Stevenson to Yeats;2012, p1
The poem "Memory" by William Butler Yeats is presented. First Line: One had a lovely face, Last Line: Where the mountain hare has lain.
- Ireland's Poet. Cahill, Elizabeth Kirkland // Commonweal;08/13/99, Vol. 126 Issue 14, p20
Focuses on the exhibition `Such Friends: The Work of W.B. Yeats,' on view from August through September 11, 1999 in New York City, New York. Highlight on William Butler Yeats, the poet; Features of the exhibition; Yeats' family and early influences; Development of Yeats' poetry; Yeats' death.
- BETWEEN CIRCLE AND STRAIGHT LINE: A PRAGMATIC VIEW OF W.B. YEATS AND THE OCCULT. Thornton, Weldon // Studies in the Literary Imagination;Spring81, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p61
Analyzes the views of poet William Butler Yeats on the occult. Background on the involvement of Yeats in occult activities; Reasons behind criticisms against Yeats's occult interests; Discussion on the application of pragmatism in understanding Yeats's occult interests.
- YEATS'S IMAGE OF CULTURE. Melnick, Daniel // Studies in the Literary Imagination;Spring81, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p111
Explores the views of poet William Butler Yeats on cultural vitality. Factors that influenced the development of Yeats's image of culture; Information on his commitment to nationalism and the development of Irish literature; Details on Yeats's views on the relationship between personality and...
- W.B. YEATS AND THE "CHILDREN OF THE FIRE": SCIENCE, POETRY AND VISIONS OF THE NEW AGE. Spivey, Ted R. // Studies in the Literary Imagination;Spring81, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p123
Discusses the views of poet William Butler Yeats on modernity and occultism. Views of Yeats's on the task of the modern man; Information on his interest in occultism and mysticism; Details on the correlation between parapsychology and science.
- Yeats and the politics of literature. Bell, Vereen M. // Sewanee Review;Spring90, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p260
Discusses the literature of William Butler Yeats. Contrived illusion of completeness; Focus on biographies about Yeats; `New Biography,' by Norman Jeffares; `The Book of Yeats's Poems,' by Hazard Adams; `A Terrible Beauty: The Easter Rebellion and Yeats's `Great Tapestry',' by Carmel Jordan;...
- Autobiography, allegory, and the construction of self. Herman, David // British Journal of Aesthetics;Oct95, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p1
Presents a case for reading autobiographies as allegories of selves, as representations of how a self should function in a given set of circumstances. Irish autobiographies by William Butler Yeats and Maud Gonne MacBride; Presentation of self-descriptions that are better than others.
- A SONG. Yeats, W. B. // Wild Swans at Coole;1/1/1919, p11
The poem "A Song" by William Butler Yeats is presented. First Line: I thought no more was needed; Last Line: That the heart grows old?
- THE DAWN. Yeats, W. B. // Wild Swans at Coole;1/1/1919, p18
The poem "The Dawn" by William Butler Yeats is presented. First Line: I would be ignorant as the dawn; Last Line: Ignorant and wanton as the dawn.