Yeats’s Poetry: the Major Phase, 1916–39. No Enemy but Time

  • A. E. Dyson


In the Introduction I mentioned certain ideas which were formulated by Yeats in his prose writings, and span his life. Now, I want to consider the verse, starting with ‘The Wild Swans at Coole’, and moving through a commentary attached to selected poems written from that period until his death.


Major Phase Masterful Image Human Vein Unageing Intellect Pure Mind 
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© A. E. Dyson 1981

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