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Cancel Send. Free download You must credit the author How do I credit the author? He had been so from the outset, and his books would seem to show that he was always prepared to operate within the fields of two contrary forces. On the one hand he knew how individual was his vision, and how important it was to stamp his own personality, image, livery or symbolic force onto his books as objects as well as onto his texts.


While not all young poets have a portrait painter for a father, not all would presume to embellish their first publication with a self-image. Plate 4. Yeats , Major William van R. Whitall top , and Milton McC. Gatch bottom. Courtesy of Maggs Bros.

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Plate 5. Mosada like all books, was a collaborative venture. Early on, then, Yeats learned that an author has to compromise. He was prepared to compromise or to strike a deal, if it might get him closer to what he wanted. Plate 6. Yeats, from Mosada Courtesy Colin Smythe.

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Plate 7a. Yeats as King Goll. Private collection, Ireland. Plate 7b. I will decide this week after seeing Keegan Paul. If it comes to lightening the ship I will hardly know what to throw overboard… the Irish poems must all be kept, making the personality of the book—or as few thrown over as may be. Yeats as yet was too near to his poems to be a ruthless excluder—but the principle that his books would have their own Irish personality was established.

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The subscribers got their copies in January, and the book was actually published in the first fortnight of February In and about thirty copies per year were sold including nineteen in the first year to subscribers and an increasing number went to purchasers on the open market. The total sold to such buyers, however, did not exceed 75 copies.

No doubt Yeats would have liked an American issue, but the decision to publish solely in London meant that he was appealing largely to an English public—to which even the poems of Ferguson were not well known. Yet the book was widely reviewed as friends and logrollers got to work. Rather than temporize about promise, Oscar Wilde openly defied the anticipated charge of logrolling by reviewing it twice and talking about it. Books of poetry by young writers are usually promissory notes that are never met.

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Now and then, however, one comes across a volume that is so far above the average that one can hardly resist the fascinating temptation of prophesying a fine future for its author. Such a volume Mr. If he has not the grand simplicity of epic treatment, he has at least something of that largeness of vision that belongs to the epical temper. He does not rob of their stature the great heroes of Celtic mythology. Inscriptions by W. Yeats [n. All rights reserved. It is placed first in spite of the fact that many of the lyrics rather loosely aggregated in the volume had been written and published before it.

It occupies exactly one third of the printed pages. Kegan Paul still had 98 unbound copies of The Wanderings of Oisin: and Other Poems , plus a further 19 on which subscriptions had not been paid. I want to take the remaining [i. The new book [i. Plate 8c. The idea had been proposed in late January, a contract issued on 8 February but it was not signed until 25 May. This new array of generic sub-classifications showed Yeats for the first time taking stock of the generic shift from compositional texts e.

Unwin published seventy three copies in May in a gray-green cloth, with T. Working from a copy of the first edition containing corrections Yeats had dictated, Edwin J. Ellis designed and lithographed a sepia frontispiece of Niam in a panel portrait, dominating the colloquy of the aged St Patrick with mitre and crozier and Oisin. Plate 9. Edwin J. Dramatic Sketches. Fisher Unwin had taken the opportunity to help Yeats out of his financial difficulty with Kegan Paul.

Collaborations with other artists followed. As early as he wanted a collected works, and a uniform edition of all of his books which none of his publishers could afford. Poems represents his first attempt at uniform size, shape and typography. A fine copy of this elusive book has been secured by Eamonn Cantwell.

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Their contents were not invariable, but the method remained a fixed one through which Yeats remade collections of poems as units in subsequent textual selves. The arrangement of Poems was ultimately determined by the desire to put major work first in chronological array. As for me—". He staggered away from her. She should not see the scalding tears that coursed down his cheeks. But, as he turned, he again saw the dark and glowering face, the brow gloomy as a thunder-cloud, of the Count de Laval. But again it was not he. It was the black-garbed, lithe stranger, the companion of the hunchback, who was regarding Hellayne with evil, leering eyes.

Like a bird that watches spellbound the approach of the snake, Hellayne stood pale and trembling—her cheeks white as death—her eyes riveted on the evil shape that seemed the fiend. But he, Tristan, also was encompassed by the same spell. He could not move—he could not cry out. With a bound, swift and noiseless as the panther's, he saw the sinewy stranger hurl himself upon Hellayne, picking her up like a feather and disappear in the gloom of the forest.

With a cry of horror, bathed from head to foot in perspiration, Tristan started from his slumber.

The moonbeams flooded the chamber. The soft breeze of the summer night stole through the open casement. Had it been but a dream, this echo of the past, this visualized parting from the woman he had loved better than life? Was he indeed in Rome, to do as she had bid him do, not in the misty, flower-scented rose-gardens of Avalon in far Provence?