New PDF release: A Commentary on the Collected Plays of W. B. Yeats

By A. Norman Jeffares

ISBN-10: 1349010766

ISBN-13: 9781349010769

ISBN-10: 1349010782

ISBN-13: 9781349010783

This publication discusses the reviews of students and critics at the performs of Yeats, explains problems in Yeats performs, annotating phrases and words the place useful and it additionally provides information of printings, preliminary guides and casts..

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Jeffares that she and Yeats had been walking on the cliffs at Howth one afternoon (the day after Yeats had first proposed to her and been rejected) and were resting when two z6 A Commentary on the Collected Plays of W. B. Yeats 71-7z seagulls flew over their heads and on out to sea. ' 72. 'At the Abbey Theatre, where the platform of the stage comes out in front of the curtain, the curtain falls before the priest's last words. ' (LHD 19u) Cathleen Ni Houlihan An item in The United Irishman, s May 19oz included the texts of the lyrics and gave Yeats's interpretation of this play, which he sent in reply to questions submitted by the paper: My subject is Ireland and its struggle for independence.

The title in this printing had a note after it which read '(The birds of fairyland are said to be white as mow. ' (CK) Madame MacBride (to whom, as Maud Gonne, the poem was written) told A. N. Jeffares that she and Yeats had been walking on the cliffs at Howth one afternoon (the day after Yeats had first proposed to her and been rejected) and were resting when two z6 A Commentary on the Collected Plays of W. B. Yeats 71-7z seagulls flew over their heads and on out to sea. ' 72. 'At the Abbey Theatre, where the platform of the stage comes out in front of the curtain, the curtain falls before the priest's last words.

34 A Commentary on the Collected Plays of W. B. Yeats 76-81 and I after making it: a Gaelic syntactical construction. 77 andyou feeding them: a Gaelic syntactical construction. Ballina: a country town in north-east Mayo. stook: a bundle. 78 Enniscrone: G. B. Saul (PYPI35), suggests lnchicronan, Co. Clare, but Enniscrone (now a small seaside resort) in the extreme west of Sligo, not far from Ballina, is probably intended. 79 tramping the country like a poor scholar: the existence of the 'hedge scholars' was caused by one of the Penal Laws which followed the victories of William of Orange.

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