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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Maxwell, D.E.S. (Desmond Ernest Stewart), 1925-
W.B. Yeats 1865-1965.
[Ibadan, Nigeria] Ibadan University Press, 1965
|Named Person:||W B Yeats; W B Yeats; W B Yeats|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
D E S Maxwell; W B Yeats; Suheil B Bushrui
|Description:||xvi, 252 pages illustrations, portraits 23 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword, by Prof. A.N. Jeffares.--Lament of the masks, by C. Okigbo.--The shirt, by L.D. Lerner.--Yeats and Shakespeare, by J. Kleinstück.--Swift's Dark grove: Yeats and the Anglo-Irish tradition, by D.E.S. Maxwell.--Oriental and Celtic elements in the poetry of W.B. Yeats, by F.F. Farag.--Yeats and Irish nationalism, by R.M. Kain.--Yeats and Lissadell, by I. Fletcher.--Yeats and Synge: a young man's ghost, by D. Gerstenberger.--The new generation and the acceptance of Yeats, by E. Engelberg.--Gestures in scorn of an audience, by M. Emslie.--Yeats's Irishry prose, by B.A. King.--Yeats's dramatic accomplishment, by G.B. Saul.--The idea of a Yeats play, by J.R. Moore.--Yeats's first work for the stage, by M.J. Sidnell.--The Hour-glass: Yeats's revisions, 1903-1922, by S.B. Bushrui.--Yeats's Sailing to Byzantium' and Keats's Ode to a nightingale, by R. Fréchet.--Yeats and Blake: the use of symbols, by W.H. Stevenson.--A famous poet, by J. Simmons.|
|Responsibility:||edited by D.E.S. Maxwell and S.B. Bushrui.|