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    The only thing I can think to say about WB Yeats is that despite the controversy that has enshrouded him for almost a century he is not one of those poets you either love or hate If I were to read this collection from cover to cover exhaustive annotations included I won't ever do this by the way it's likely that I would come out

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    The last poet with a full range of vocabulary and emotion These poems challenge and enthrall

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    Yeats is a really interest poet to explore primarily because his distinction in retrospect not at the time from other poets is largely in subject matter rather than style Overall he is a typical structural modernist and most of his poems didn

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    I'm reading this book in sections and writing reviews as I complete them Overall this edition is a wonderful co

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    This is a beautiful edition The book as a physical object alone deserves five stars So much has been written about Yeats that it's often hard to get past the critical babble to the actual poems What this does beautifully is to make all the poems availableWhen I was at school Yeats was simply The Greatest Poet of the Twentieth century The swing against him as Ideological criticism became the dominant mode convic

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    WB Yeats is incredible I have so many favorite poems Easter 1916 Now and in time to beWherever green is wornAre changed utterlyA terrible beauty is born Or An Airman Forsees his Death I know that I shall meet my fateSomewhere among the clouds

  7. says:

    Anyone interested in the human condition needs to read this You witnes the progresion o f a sensitve ideal roma

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    This book was a gift to me from a customer that used to come into the deli I worked at We had many nice conversations as he came in most every day He was older and was had extremely bad eye site He would sit and eat and read with his books held up against his nose I think of him from time to time and think how hard it would be to lose the ab

  9. says:

    I came away from Yeats complete works with very few lines of his poetry stuck in my head I've always held The Second Coming in high regard and I though there would be like it but not really

  10. says:

    I loves me some Yeats Things fall apart the centre does not hold

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S the most comprehensive edition of one of the world's most beloved poets available in paperbac. This book was a gift to me from a customer that used to come into the deli I worked at We had many nice conversations as he came in most every day He was older and was had extremely bad eye site He would sit and eat and read with his books held up against his nose I think of him from time to time and think how hard it would be to lose the ability to read because of blindness He gave this book to me as a going away gift when I left for college That was 22 years ago I still have not read all the poems but this is really of a book to savor Beyond Temptation of Past Due Debt Collection one Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt of the world's most beloved poets available in paperbac. This book was a gift to me from a customer that used to come into the deli I worked at We had many nice conversations as he came in most every day He was The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline older and was had extremely bad eye site He would sit and eat and read with his books held up against his nose I think The Accidental Activist of blindness He gave this book to me as a going away gift when I left for college That was 22 years ago I still have not read all the poems but this is really Smoke and Mirrors Short Fiction and Illusions of a book to savor

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Revised and corrected this edition includes Yeats's own notes on his poetry complemented by exp. The only thing I can think to say about WB Yeats is that despite the controversy that has enshrouded him for almost a century he is not one of those poets you either love or hate If I were to read this collection from cover to cover exhaustive annotations included I won t ever do this by the way it s likely that I would come out really ambivalent In fact you don t even need to read the fucking book Just take a really good Anglo Irish Lit class and the lectures on Yeats s life can t avoid the fact that he turned into a crotchety old manMuch like Wordsworth Yeats turned into a real bastard The youth and occasional naivet he embraced in his early work and probably his most immediately mellifluous was an object of so much contempt in his later life It was for a very real reason His mistake in the spirit of my irresolute opinion of the man I only call it a mistake when I m in a bad mood was that the things that made him write were the things of political life If you know anything about Ireland in the early 20th Century you know it was a political and militaristic disaster an everyday torrent of explosions and gunfire and homemade bombs and shit Over the years Yeats began to feel almost responsible for the political strife that continued to plague his beloved country Having one of the most remarkable bodies of work in the English language and yes probably inspiring a lot of people to make irresponsible choices in the defense of their Ireland disenchanted him The man speaking in his poems suffers but his poems don tIt s just a matter of taste but one that doesn t have to be acuired through such a comprehensive collection If you re not an Anglo Irish nut like I am I suggest you opt for the Collected Poems edited by Richard Finneran The Poems The Collected Works of W B Yeats own notes Sylvia Pankhurst on his poetry complemented by exp. The Attack of Apollyon: Revenge of the Locusts only thing I can think to say about WB Yeats is that despite the controversy that has enshrouded him for almost a century he is not Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere An Illustrated Introduction Tuttle Martial Arts one The Empirical Stance The Terry Lectures Series of those poets you either love Book of Isms or hate If I were to read this collection from cover to cover exhaustive annotations included I won t ever do this by the way it s likely that I would come バガボンド 1 out really ambivalent In fact you don t even need to read the fucking book Just take a really good Anglo Irish Lit class and the lectures Расул Гамзатов Стихи on Yeats s life can t avoid the fact that he turned into a crotchety Disrupted My Misadventure in the Start Up Bubble old manMuch like Wordsworth Yeats turned into a real bastard The youth and Microsoft Office Excel 2007 for Project Managers occasional naivet he embraced in his early work and probably his most immediately mellifluous was an Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly object Hawk's Passion of so much contempt in his later life It was for a very real reason His mistake in the spirit Girls of Brackenhill of my irresolute A Beautiful Dark opinion After We Fell of the man I Damsels in Distress only call it a mistake when I m in a bad mood was that the things that made him write were the things The Thread of political life If you know anything about Ireland in the early 20th Century you know it was a political and militaristic disaster an everyday torrent Renewing Pastoral Practice Trinitarian Perspectives on Pastoral Care And Counselling Explorations in Practical Pastoral and Empirical Theology Explorations Practical Pastoral and Empirical Theology of explosions and gunfire and homemade bombs and shit Over the years Yeats began to feel almost responsible for the political strife that continued to plague his beloved country Having Going Grand one The Reject of the most remarkable bodies Screenwalks of work in the English language and yes probably inspiring a lot Battle Ground of people to make irresponsible choices in the defense Rightfully the Alpha Female of their Ireland disenchanted him The man speaking in his poems suffers but his poems don tIt s just a matter Twin Obsessions of taste but

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Lanatory notes from esteemed Yeats scholar Richard J Finneran The Collected Poems of WB Yeats i. I m reading this book in sections and writing reviews as I complete them Overall this edition is a wonderful collection of Yeats poetry with helpful notes and easy to read layout This book highlights Yeats mastery of the poetic form He is truly a craftsman weaving form and rhyme into his work without the metronomic drone or bludgeoning rhymes of lesser poets For sheer beauty of language and rhythm Yeats is difficult to surpass If not for Yeats spiritualistic interests I would have rated the book highly I simply don t find his mystical soul searching subjects very interesting Crossways In this earliest set of Yeat s poems circa 1889 the young poet shows some amazing talent Some poems show a lack of experience or searching for a style but several are very good particularly The Song of the Happy Shepherd The beautiful music of Yeats poetry is heard 0516The Tower The Tower contains some of Yeats best known poems including Sailing to Byzantium The Tower Meditations in the Time of Civil War and Among School Children Unsurprisingly these poems shine far brighter than the others 0111The Winding Stair and Other Poems Although this book lacks the famous poems in The Tower it is a worthy seuel continuing many of the same symbols sword tower etc The poems work together as one long thematic unity Words for Music Perhaps is an interesting collection Though not really intended to be put to music it contains several suitespoem seuences with a simple and direct elegance of songs 1011Parnell s Funeral and Other Poems This short collection of poems are all rather obscure in meaning and in impact They are especially loaded with Yeats uniue mythology If one is into those things this is an interesting collection If not it is a baffling mess Otherwise there also are some updated songs from his plays Meru is the best most accessible poem in the set 0516Narrative and Dramatic These poems are a bit uneven but the first book of The Wandering of Oisin is one of the best things I ve ever read The poem in rhymed accentual verse is beautiful and moving The story is dark and mysterious full of surprises in plot and language 0111