Critical Companion to William Butler Yeats: A Literary Reference to His Life and Work
The Irish poet William Butler Yeats is often considered the premier English-language poet of the 20th century, but he was also an important playwright, folklorist, critic, and politician. Yeatss works vary from complex and highly symbolic to short and straightforward, making him popular in both high school and college literary classes. His most famous poemsincluding "The Second Coming," "Easter 1916," and "Among School Children"are among the best known in the world. This heavily illustrated new volume is essential for high school and college students interested in this prolific poet.
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