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A Recent Yeats Bibliography, 1983–84

  • Warwick Gould
  • Olympia Sitwell
Part of the Yeats Annual book series (YA)

Abstract

Our second bibliography is a list of recent, published work, including all reviews we have been able to trace. It also includes items recently rediscovered. As it is short enough to be read without too much discomfort, we have abandoned the scctionalisation which we imposed upon “‘Gasping on the Strand’: a Yeats Bibliography 1981–83”, in Yeats Annual No. 3.

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  1. Our second bibliography is a list of recent, published work, including all reviews we have been able to trace. It also includes items recently rediscovered. As it is short enough to be read without too much discomfort, we have abandoned the sectionalisation which we imposed upon “ ‘Gasping on the Strand’: a Yeats Bibliography 1981–83”, in Yeats Annual No. 3.Google Scholar
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