Swan and Shadow

Swan and Shadow

History was central in a variety of ways to Yeats's poetic development and to the meaning of his work. In this study, Whitaker suggests that history was for the poet a mysterious interlocutor, which Yeats saw at times as a bright reflection of himself and again as a dark force opposed to that self. The poet's internal dialogue is viewed as projection into historical symbolism.

Originally published in 1964.

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (June 01, 2012)

Page count: 352 pages

Language: English


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