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Yeats's Poetic Art In Running to Paradise, M.L. Rosenthal, hailed by the Times Literary Supplement as " one of the most important critics of twentieth-century poetry," leads us through the lyric poetry and poetic drama of our century&apos s greatest poet in English. His readings shed new, vivid light on Yeats&apos s daring uses of tradition, his love poetry, and the way he faced the often tragic realities of revolution and civil war. Running to Paradise describes Yeats&apos s whole effort--sometimes leavened by wild humor--to convey, with high poetic integrity, his passionate sense of his own life and of his chaotic era. Himself a noted poet, Rosenthal stresses Yeats&apos s artistry and psychological candor. The book ranges from his early exquisite lyrical poems and folklore-rooted plays, through the tougher-minded, more confessional mature work (including the sublime achievement of The Tower), and then to the sometimes " mad" yet often brilliant tragic or comic writing of his last years. Quoting extensively from Yeats, Rosenthal charts the gathering force with which the poet confronted his major life-issues: his art&apos s demands, his persistent but hopeless love for one woman, the complexities of marriage to another woman at age 52, and his distress during Ireland&apos s " Troubles." Yeats&apos s deep absorption in female sensibility, in the cycles of history and human thought, and in supernaturalism and " the dead" comes strongly into play as well. Running to Paradise: Yeats`s Poetic Art: In Running to Paradise, M.L. Rosenthal, hailed by the Times Literary Supplement as " one of the most important critics of twentieth-century poetry," leads us through the lyric poetry and poetic drama of our century&apos s greatest poet in English. His readings shed new, vivid light on Yeats&apos s daring uses of tradition, his love poetry, and the way he faced the often tragic realities of revolution and civil war. Running to Paradise describes Yeats&apos s whole effort--sometimes leavened by wild humor--to convey, with high poetic integrity, his passionate sense of his own life and of his chaotic era. Himself a noted poet, Rosenthal stresses Yeats&apos s artistry and psychological candor. The book ranges from his early exquisite lyrical poems and folklore-rooted plays, through the tougher-minded, more confessional mature work (including the sublime achievement of The Tower), and then to the sometimes " mad" yet often brilliant tragic or comic writing of his last years. Quoting extensively from Yeats, Rosenthal charts the gathering force with which the poet confronted his major life-issues: his art&apos s demands, his persistent but hopeless love for one woman, the complexities of marriage to another woman at age 52, and his distress during Ireland&apos s " Troubles." Yeats&apos s deep absorption in female sensibility, in the cycles of history and human thought, and in supernaturalism and " the dead" comes strongly into play as well., Oxford University Press

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Yeats's Poetic Art In Running to Paradise, M.L. Rosenthal, hailed by the Times Literary Supplement as `one of the most important critics of twentieth-century poetry,` leads us through the lyric poetry and poetic drama of our century`s greatest poet in English. His readings shed new, vivid light on Yeats`s daring uses of tradition, his love poetry, and the way he faced the often tragic realities of revolution and civil war. Running to Paradise describes Yeats`s whole effort--sometimes leavened by wild humor--to convey, with high poetic integrity, his passionate sense of his own life and of his chaotic era. Himself a noted poet, Rosenthal stresses Yeats`s artistry and psychological candor. The book ranges from his early exquisite lyrical poems and folklore-rooted plays, through the tougher-minded, more confessional mature work (including the sublime achievement of The Tower), and then to the sometimes `mad` yet often brilliant tragic or comic writing of his last years. Quoting extensively from Yeats, Rosenthal charts the gathering force with which the poet confronted his major life-issues: his art`s demands, his persistent but hopeless love for one woman, the complexities of marriage to another woman at age 52, and his distress during Ireland`s `Troubles.` Yeats`s deep absorption in female sensibility, in the cycles of history and human thought, and in supernaturalism and `the dead` comes strongly into play as well. Running to Paradise: Yeats`s Poetic Art: In Running to Paradise, M.L. Rosenthal, hailed by the Times Literary Supplement as `one of the most important critics of twentieth-century poetry,` leads us through the lyric poetry and poetic drama of our century`s greatest poet in English. His readings shed new, vivid light on Yeats`s daring uses of tradition, his love poetry, and the way he faced the often tragic realities of revolution and civil war. Running to Paradise describes Yeats`s whole effort--sometimes leavened by wild humor--to convey, with high poetic integrity, his passionate sense of his own life and of his chaotic era. Himself a noted poet, Rosenthal stresses Yeats`s artistry and psychological candor. The book ranges from his early exquisite lyrical poems and folklore-rooted plays, through the tougher-minded, more confessional mature work (including the sublime achievement of The Tower), and then to the sometimes `mad` yet often brilliant tragic or comic writing of his last years. Quoting extensively from Yeats, Rosenthal charts the gathering force with which the poet confronted his major life-issues: his art`s demands, his persistent but hopeless love for one woman, the complexities of marriage to another woman at age 52, and his distress during Ireland`s `Troubles.` Yeats`s deep absorption in female sensibility, in the cycles of history and human thought, and in supernaturalism and `the dead` comes strongly into play as well., Oxford University Press

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Yeats's Poetic Art In Running to Paradise, M.L. Rosenthal, hailed by the Times Literary Supplement as `one of the most important critics of twentieth-century poetry,` leads us through the lyricpoetry and poetic drama of our century`s greatest poet in English. His readings shed new, vivid light on Yeats`s daring uses of tradition, his love poetry, and the way he faced the often tragic realities of revolution and civil war. Running to Paradise describes Yeats`s whole effort--sometimes leavened by wild humor--to convey, with high poetic integrity, his passionate sense of his own life and of his chaotic era. Himself a noted poet, Rosenthal stresses Yeats`s artistry and psychological candor. The book ranges from his early exquisite lyrical poems and folklore-rooted plays, through the tougher-minded, more confessional mature work (including the sublime achievement of The Tower), and then to the sometimes `mad` yet often brilliant tragic or comic writing of his last years. Quoting extensively from Yeats, Rosenthal charts the gathering force with which the poet confronted his major life-issues: his art`s demands, his persistent but hopeless love for one woman, the complexities of marriage to another woman at age 52, and his distress during Ireland`s `Troubles.` Yeats`s deep absorption in female sensibility, in the cycles of history and human thought, and in supernaturalism and `the dead` comes strongly into play as well. Running to Paradise: Yeats`s Poetic Art: In Running to Paradise, M.L. Rosenthal, hailed by the Times Literary Supplement as `one of the most important critics of twentieth-century poetry,` leads us through the lyricpoetry and poetic drama of our century`s greatest poet in English. His readings shed new, vivid light on Yeats`s daring uses of tradition, his love poetry, and the way he faced the often tragic realities of revolution and civil war. Running to Paradise describes Yeats`s whole effort--sometimes leavened by wild humor--to convey, with high poetic integrity, his passionate sense of his own life and of his chaotic era. Himself a noted poet, Rosenthal stresses Yeats`s artistry and psychological candor. The book ranges from his early exquisite lyrical poems and folklore-rooted plays, through the tougher-minded, more confessional mature work (including the sublime achievement of The Tower), and then to the sometimes `mad` yet often brilliant tragic or comic writing of his last years. Quoting extensively from Yeats, Rosenthal charts the gathering force with which the poet confronted his major life-issues: his art`s demands, his persistent but hopeless love for one woman, the complexities of marriage to another woman at age 52, and his distress during Ireland`s `Troubles.` Yeats`s deep absorption in female sensibility, in the cycles of history and human thought, and in supernaturalism and `the dead` comes strongly into play as well., Oxford University Press

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