Conclusion: The Vacant Chair on Monday
Yeats. Is anything in “correspondence” with its contrary?
Yeats. When you spoke of the spiritual as the contrary to the emotional in what sense did you use word spirit?
George. Your [s] emotional Daimons spiritual
Yeats. Can the “spiritual” be contrary to emotional all contraries being in daimonic P[assionate] B[ody]?
George. Why not
Yeats. PB is then spiritual?
George. Yes because Fate
Yeats. Contrary of emotion a form of fate?
Yeats. Has Thomas anything to say about Horton?
George. Thomas—He says he believes now much that he denied before he says you are right he says he is so happy that he weeps he is very anxious to know where your child is he cant see it & wants to know if it is a boy or girl——He says leave a chair for him on Monday
KeywordsSpiritual Welfare Prominent Position Entire Session Love Affair Intense Experiment
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- 1.In his well-known journal entitled Borderland Stead published the correspondence of the dead Julia A. Ames in a series of Letters from Julia (1893), later enlarged and published as a book entitled After Death (1897, new ed. 1914).Google Scholar
- 2.The Control was perhaps recalling the girl in Blake’s poem ‘Mary’, which E.J. Ellis and Yeats published in The Works of William Blake (London: Bernard Quaritch, 1893), III, 81 – 2Google Scholar
- it is also included in Yeats’s collection of The Poems of William Blake (London: Lawrence & Bullen, 1893), PP. 133 – 5.Google Scholar