W.B. Yeats's A vision : explications and contexts /

W.B. Yeats's ""A Vision"": Explications and Contexts' is the first volume of essays devoted to 'A Vision' and the associated system developed by W.B. Yeats and his wife, George. 'A Vision' is all-encompassing in its stated aims and scope, and it invi...

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Main Authors: Mann, Neil, 1963- (Editor), Gibson, Matthew, 1967- (Editor), Nally, Claire, 1979- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Clemson, SC : Clemson University Digital Press, [2012]
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • "Everywhere that antinomy of the One and the Many": The foundations of A Vision / Neil Mann
  • The Is and the Ought, the Knower and the Known: an analysis of the four Faculties in Yeats's system / Rory Ryan
  • "The Spiritual Intellect's Great Work": a discussion of the Principles and A Vision's account of death / Graham A. Dampier
  • Ancient frames: classical philosophy in Yeats's A Vision / Charles Armstrong
  • "Timeless and Spaceless"? -Yeats's search for models of interpretation in Post-Enlightenment philosophy, contemporary anthropology and art history, and the effects of these theories on The Completed Symbol, The Soul in Judgment and The Great Year of the Ancients / Matthew Gibson
  • W.B. Yeats's A Vision: "Dove or Swan" / Matthew DeForrest
  • The Thirteenth Cone / Neil Mann
  • Shifting sands: dancing the horoscope in the Vision Papers / Colin McDowell
  • "Metaphors for Poetry": concerning the poems of A Vision and Certain Plays for Dancers / Wayne K. Chapman
  • A Vision of Ezra Pound / Catherine E. Paul
  • Reflected voices, double visions / Margaret Mills Harper
  • Yeats's Vision and the feminine / Janis Haswell
  • Esotericism and escape / C. Nicholas Serra
  • The political occult: revisiting fascism, Yeats and A Vision / Claire V. Nally.