By W. B. Yeats
A brand new annotated version of Yeats’s imperative, lifelong paintings of philosophy—a meditation at the connections among the mind's eye, background, and the metaphysical—this quantity unearths the poet’s maximum techniques at the occult.
First released in 1925, after which considerably revised through the writer in 1937, A Vision is a distinct paintings of literary modernism, and revelatory advisor to Yeats’s personal poetry and pondering. critical to an knowing of the poet’s overdue paintings, and entrancing by itself benefit, the publication offers the “system” of philosophy, psychology, heritage, and the lifetime of the soul that Yeats and his spouse, George, got and created via mediumistic experiments from 1917 in the course of the early Twenties. Yeats obsessively revised the unique booklet that he wrote in 1925, and the 1937 model is the definitive model of what Yeats desired to say.
Now, provided in a scholarly version for the 1st time by means of Yeats students Catherine E. Paul and Margaret turbines Harper, the 1937 model of A Vision is a vital, crucial literary source and vital for all critical readers of Yeats.
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