"Stylistic Arrangements": A Study of William Butler Yeat's A Vision
No thorough comparison has been made of the systems of the two versions of A Vision and, until quite recently, almost no consideration has been given to the fiction and introductory essays. The purpose of this study is to trace the evolution of A Vision and to attempt a re-evaluation of it as a work of art.
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