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With the power he knew to be in him he had much to be both proud and prudent about. The prudent Yeats, the sound ... could have arranged. How could it come about that the extremist politician most likely to attract ...
sounds a little artificial, about Parnell's chances and gives some not entirely random reasons ... on the other side. Then Parnell died. Yeats wrote a poem about him on that day for the press that evening. ...
wax' and he set about shaping it. In later years-after the fighting had begun-the phrase 'the ... Yeats was about the poet's business, using for the ends of poetry the political energy diverted ...
Page 181 from Issue 23-24 Yeats who was excited about them when he thought they might win, It was the same Yeats, strongly drawn to Fascism, but no lover of hopeless causes. In April 1934-as we have seen ... ward appearance. 7 7 If one drops the assumption, about poets having always to be nice in politics, ...
Coming' were written not about the coming of Fascism but about the Anglo-Irish War and the Black and Tans. ...
and even, in a broad sense, what is about to happen. 103 The poet, like the lady, is..• so caught up, So ... theories and activities. The purity and integrity-in­ cluding the truth about politics as Yeats apprehended ...
concerning the institutional and vo­ cational implications of prophecy, two things seem clear about its ... at the place where he delivers it. There is nothing specifically or specially religious about the form. Kings ...
was wrong to pursue happiness and success; about to declare his love for a woman he admires he finds out that she loves another; when he questions her about that love she answers: Love isn't ...
they spent most of their time smoking dope, searching for it, philosophizing about it (Freewheelin' ... in Gruntville!" and inside were stories about peyote, a novelty page (with items like "Ex­ ploding ...
I (picture of a clenched fist). You talk about pigs, pigs oink all over the page; you talk about Reagan ...

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