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- Form and Ceremony in “A Prayer for my Daughter”
- Analysis of Yeats’ “rhythmical motifs” which are said to “create an added layer of metrical organization that explains, among other things, his uniquely vocal tone and emphatic rhythm. Yeats is a metrical innovator, in spite of his own claim to being a staunch traditionalist. “
- Contains: Content Analysis,
- Author: Robert Einarsson
- From: Conference paper. Abstract published in Graduate Research Symposium (1986). Edmonton, Graduate Students Association, University of Alberta, p. 26.
- Yeats’s ‘Leda and the Swan’: Psycho-Sexual Therapy in Action
- “W.B. Yeats’s heavily anthologized poem, ‘Leda and the Swan,’ can be read in endless ways: as a political poem, a poem influenced by Nietzsche’s idea of ‘Will to Power,’ a poem of knowledge ultimately achieved through violence.”
- Contains: Content Analysis
- Author: Scott C. Holstad
- From: Notes on Modern Irish Literature
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