This quantity within the amassed version of the Works of W.B.Yeats brings jointly for the 1st time thirty-two introductions written for anthologies that he edited or for books by way of different writers. The introductions span the entire size of his occupation. Their themes diversity from Irish legends and folklore to the layout of sleek new Irish cash. The authors he discusses contain William Blake, J.M.Synge, woman Gregory, Oscar Wilde, Oliver St John Gogarty, Lionel Johnson and Rabindranath Tagore. complete explanatory notes and an index provide the reader quick access to the volume's assorted array of themes. The textual content is trustworthy and exact.
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Devabrata Mukerjea (1914) Preface (1921) to John M. Synge, Shingu Gikyoku Zenshu (‘Collected performs of Synge’), tr. Mineko Matsumura (1923) creation to Oscar Wilde, The chuffed Prince and different Fairy stories (1923) Preface to John Butler Yeats, Early stories: a few Chapters of Autobiography (1923) Preface (1923) to Oliver St John Gogarty, An supplying of Swans and different Poems ( 1924) Preface (1924) to Jean Marie Matthias Philippe Auguste count number de Villiers de l’Isle-Adam, Axel, tr. H. P. R. Finberg (1925) advent to The middle of the night courtroom, from Brian Merriman and Donagh Rua Macnamara, The dead night court docket and The Adventures of a Luckless Fellow, tr. Percy Arland Ussher (1926) Prefatory letter to the Medici Society, in William Blake, Songs of Innocence, illus. Jacynth Parsons (1927) advent to The Coinage of Saorstát Éireann (1928) Preface (1929) to Oliver St John Gogarty, Wild Apples (1930) ‘Anglo-Irish Ballads’, via F. R. Higgins and W. B. Yeats, in Broadsides: a suite of outdated and New Songs (1935) creation (1935) to decisions from the Poems of Dorothy Wellesley (1936) advent (1936) to Margot Ruddock, The Lemon Tree (1937) ‘Music and Poetry’, by means of W. B. Yeats and Dorothy Wellesley, in Broadsides: a suite of latest Irish and English Songs (1937) APPENDIXES 1 Notes by way of Yeats (and/or Douglas Hyde) to goods except Yeats’s introductions and headnotes, in Fairy and people stories of the Irish Peasantry, ed. W. B. Yeats (1888) 2 Notes by means of Yeats to goods except his advent and headnotes, in consultant Irish stories, ed. W. B. Yeats (1891) three Notes through Yeats (or of untraced starting place) to goods except his creation, in Irish Fairy stories, ed. W. B. Yeats (1892) four Acknowledgements, in Poems of William Blake, ed. W. B. Yeats, 2d edn (1905) five Notes, in Poems of William Blake, ed. W. B. Yeats, 2d edn (1905) 6 First version model of a passage on modern Irish poets, in advent (1894), A booklet of Irish Verse chosen from glossy Writers, ed. W. B. Yeats (1895) 7 Notes, A publication of Irish Verse chosen from smooth Writers, ed. W. B. Yeats (1895) eight Preface (1899) to A booklet of Irish Verse chosen from glossy Writers, ed. W. B. Yeats, 2d edn (1900) nine Excerpt from acknowledgements, in A booklet of Irish Verse chosen from glossy Writers, ed. W. B. Yeats, second edn (1900) 10 Sections I and II of ‘Lady Gregory’s Cuchulain of Muirthemne’, in Discoveries. Edmund Spenser. Poetry and culture; and different Essays, vol. VIII of The gathered Works in Verse and Prose of William Butler Yeats ( 1908) eleven Endnote, titled ‘Note through W. B. Yeats at the dialog of Cuchulain and Emer (Page 23)’, to web page 23 (‘The relationship ofEmer: Cuchulain’s Riddles’), in woman Gregory, Cuchulain of Muirthemne (1902) 12 part VIII of ‘What We Did or attempted to Do’, in Coinage of Saorstát Éireann (1928) thirteen Prefatory paragraph to the advent to choices from the Poems of Dorothy Wellesley (1936) 14 nameless headnote to the creation to Dorothy Wellesley, The Poets and different Poems (1943) 15 Letter from Yeats to In-sǒb Jung [Zǒng], in An Anthology of Modem Poems in Korea: (100 Poets and a hundred Poems), ed.