W. B. Yeats’s Occult Nationalism
Through close readings of Yeats’s manuscripts and his primary and critical works, including a close assessment of the frequently neglected dramatic texts, the author seeks to force a rethinking of the critical reception of the Yeatsian occult through contemporary theoretical developments in postcolonialism, subjectivity, national identity and textual instability.
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Illustrations Figure 1. Portrait of Giraldus from A Critical Edition of Yeats’s A Vision (1925), ed. George Mills Harper and Walter K. Hood (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1978), frontispiece. 89 Figure 2. National Library of Ireland MS 36, 264/1 Frontispiece. Sketch of Giraldus by Edmund Dulac. 95
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