Yeats Annual (Yeats Annual)
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|Format:||Hardback, 350 pages|
|Other Information: ||facsimiles, portraits|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 08 March 1991|
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.
Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations - Editorial Board - Notes on the Contributors - List of Plates - Editor's Note - Acknowledgements - Technique in the Earlier Poems of Yeats; H.Vendler - Metrical Variation in Yeats's Verse; R.Taylor - Giving Birth to Oneself: Yeats's Late Sexuality; T.Armstrong - The Miltonic Crux of 'The Phases of the Moon'; W.K.Chapman - Four Lectures by W.B.Yeats, 1902-1904; R.Londraville - The Poet and the Actress, an Unpublished Dialogue by W.B.Yeats; D.R.Clark - 'The Irish National Theatre', an Uncollected Address by W.B.Yeats; D.R.Clark
|Publisher: ||Palgrave Macmillan|
|Dimensions: ||22.0 x 14.0 x 2.0 centimeters (0.64 kg)|