Table of contents for A Routledge literary sourcebook on the poems of W.B. Yeats / edited by Michael O'Neill.


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Contents
Series Editor's Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction
1:  Contexts
Contextual Overview
Chronology
Contemporary Documents
W. B. Yeats, from 'The Celtic Element in Literature' (1898)
W. B. Yeats, from 'Magic' (1901)
W. B. Yeats, from Anima Hominis (1918), section V
W. B. Yeats, from Anima Hominis (1918), section VI
W. B. Yeats, from A Vision (1926; 2nd edn 1937)
W. B. Yeats, from A Vision (1926; 2nd edn 1937)
W. B. Yeats, from Introduction to the 'Oxford Book of Modern Verse' (1936), section 9
W. B. Yeats, from Introduction to the 'Oxford Book of Modern Verse' (1936), section 10
W. B. Yeats, from A General Introduction for My Work (1937)
W. B. Yeats, from A General Introduction for My Work (1937)
W. B. Yeats, from Autobiographical Writings:  Reveries over Childhood and Youth 
(1916)
W. B. Yeats, from Autobiographical Writings:  Four Years: 1887-1891 (1921) 
Maud Gonne, Letter to Yeats about 'Easter 1916' (1916) 
2: Interpretations
Critical History
Early Reception
Lionel Johnson
Arthur Symons
Austin Clarke
Louise Bogan
F. R. Leavis
Modern Criticism
Louis MacNeice on Character and Style in Yeats
Richard Ellmann on Yeats's 'Affirmative Capability'  
John Bayley on Yeats and the Mask
Jon Stallworthy on 'The Second Coming'
C. K. Stead on 'Easter 1916'
J. R. Mulryne on 'Lapis Lazuli' 
Harold Bloom on 'The Secret Rose'
Denis Donoghue on  'The Secret Rose' and 'Adam's Curse'.
Elizabeth Cullingford on Yeats and Fascism
Elizabeth Butler Cullingford on 'Among School Children'
M. L. Rosenthal on 'Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen'
Daniel Albright on Yeats's Symbolism
Declan Kiberd on 'Leda and the Swan'
Marjorie Howes on 'Meditations in Time of Civil War
Michael O'Neill on 'The Circus Animals' Desertion'
3:  Key Poems
Introduction
Key Poems by Yeats 
The Song of the Happy Shepherd
The Lake Isle of Innisfree
The Sorrow of Love
When You Are Old
Who Goes with Fergus?
To Ireland in the Coming Times
The Hosting of the Sidhe
The Moods
The Lover Tells of the Rose in His Heart
The Song of Wandering Aengus
The Lover Mourns for the Loss of Love
A Poet to His Beloved
To His Heart, Bidding It Have No Fear
The Valley of the Black Pig
The Secret Rose
He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven
Adam's Curse
No Second Troy
The Fascination of What's Difficult
September 1913
Paudeen
Fallen Majesty
The Cold Heaven
The Wild Swans at Coole
In Memory of Major Robert Gregory
The Fisherman
Broken Dreams
Ego Dominus Tuus
Easter 1916
The Second Coming
A Prayer for My Daughter
Sailing to Byzantium
The Tower
Meditations in Time of Civil War
Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen
Leda and the Swan
Among School Children
A Dialogue of Self and Soul
Byzantium
The Gyres
Lapis Lazuli
Beautiful Lofty Things
Under Ben Bulben
Long-Legged Fly
Man and the Echo
The Circus Animals' Desertion 
Politics
4:  Further Reading
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Yeats, W, B, (William Butler), 1865-1939 Poetic works