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Author Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939.
Title Poems
The collected poems of W.B. Yeats.
Imprint New York : Macmillan, [1956]
©1956
Edition Definitive edition, with the author's final revisions.

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 MUSKINGUM STACKS  PR5900 .A3 1956    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  PR5900 .A3 1956    AVAILABLE  
Author Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939.
Subject Ireland -- Poetry.
Genre/Form Poetry.
Description xv, 480 pages : portrait ; 22 cm
Edition Definitive edition, with the author's final revisions.
Contents Lyrical: Crossways (1889) ; The rose (1893) ; The wind among the reeds (1899) ; In the seven woods (1904) ; From The green helmet and other poems (1910) ; Responsibilities (1914) ; The wild swans of Coole (1919) ; Michael Robartes and the dancer (1921) ; The tower (1928) ; The winding stair and other poems (1933) ; Words for music perhaps ; A woman young and old ; From A full moon in March (1935) ; Last poems (1936-1939) -- Narrative and dramatic.
The song of the happy shepherd -- The sad shepherd -- The cloak, the boat, and the shoes -- Anashuya and Vijaya -- The Indian upon God -- The Indian to his love -- The falling of the leaves -- Ephemera -- The madness of King Goll -- The stolen child -- To an isle in the water -- Down by the Salley Gardens -- The meditation of the old fisherman -- The ballad of Father O'Hart -- The ballad of Moll Magee -- The ballad of the foxhunter -- To the rose upon the rood of time -- Fergus and the druid -- Cuchulain's fight with the sea -- The rose of the world -- The rose of peace -- The rose of battle -- A faery song -- The lake isle of Innisfree -- A cradle song -- The pity of love -- The sorrow of love -- When you are old -- The white birds -- A dream of death -- The Countess Cathleen in paradise -- Who goes with Fergus? -- The man who dreamed of faeryland -- The dedication to a book of stories selected from the Irish novelist -- The lamentation of the old pensioner -- The ballad of Father Gilligan -- The two trees -- To some I have talked with by the fire -- To Ireland in the coming times -- To hosting of the Sidhe -- The everlasting voices -- The moods -- The lover tells of the rose in his heart -- The host of the air -- The fish -- The unappeasable host -- Into the twilight -- The song of wandering Aengus -- The song of the old mother -- The heart of the woman -- The lover mourns for the loss of love -- He mourns for the change that has come upon him... -- He bids his beloved be at peace -- He reproves the curlew -- He remembers forgotten beauty -- A pot to his beloved -- He gives his beloved certain rhymes -- To his heart, bidding it have no fear -- The cap and bells -- The valley of the black pig -- The lover asks forgiveness because of his many moods -- He tells of a valley full of lovers -- He tells of the perfect beauty -- He hears the cry of the sedge -- He thinks of those who have spoken evil of his beloved -- The blessed -- The secret rose -- Maid quiet -- The travail of passion -- The lover pleads with his friend for old friends -- The lover speaks to the hearers of his songs in coming days -- The poet pleads with the elemental powers -- He wishes his beloved were dead -- He wishes for the cloths of heaven -- He thinks of his past greatness when a part of the constellations of heaven -- The fiddler of dooney -- In the seven woods -- The arrow -- The folly of being comforted -- Old memory -- Never give all the heart -- The withering of the boughs -- Adam's curse -- Red Hanrahan's song about Ireland -- The old men admiring themselves in the water -- Under the moon -- The ragged wood -- O do not love too long -- The players ask for a blessing on the psalteries and on themselves -- The happy townland -- His dream -- A woman Homer sung -- Words -- No second Troy -- Reconciliation -- King and no King -- Peace -- Against unworthy praise -- The fascination of what's difficult -- A drinking song -- The coming of wisdom with time -- On hearing that the students of our new university... -- To a poet, who would have me praise certain bad poets... -- The mask --
Upon a house shaken by the land agitation -- At the Abbey theatre -- These are the clouds -- At Galway races -- A friend's illness -- All things can tempt me -- Brown penny -- Pardon, old fathers -- The grey rock -- To a wealthy man who promised... -- September 1913 -- To a friend whose work has come to nothing -- Paudeen -- To a shade -- When Helen lived -- On those that hated the 'Playboy of the western world' 1907 -- The three beggars -- The three hermits -- Beggar to beggar cried -- Running to paradise -- The hour before dawn -- A song from 'The Player Queen' -- The realists -- The mountain tomb -- A memory of youth -- Fallen majesty -- Friends -- The cold heaven -- That the night come -- An appointment -- The magi -- The dolls -- A coat -- While I, from that reed-throated whisperer -- The wild swans at Coole -- In memory of Major Robert Gregory -- An Irish airman foresees his death -- Men improve with the years -- The collar-bone of a hare -- Under the round tower -- Solomon to Sheba -- The living beauty -- A song -- To a young beauty -- To a young girl -- The scholars -- Tom O'Roughley -- Shepherd and goatherd -- Lines written in dejection -- The dawn -- On woman -- The fisherman -- The hawk -- Memory -- Her praise -- The people -- His pheonix -- A thought from Propertius -- Broken dreams -- A deep-sworn vow -- Presences -- The balloon of the mind -- To a squirrel at Kyle-na-no -- On being asked for a war poem -- In memory of Alfred Pollexfen -- Upon a dying lady -- Ego dominus tuus -- A prayer on going into my house -- The phases of the moon -- The cat and the moon -- The saint and the hunchback -- Two songs of a fool -- Another song of a fool -- The double vision of Michael Robertes -- Michael Robartes and the dancer -- Solomon and the witch -- An image from a past life -- Under Saturn -- Easter 1916 -- Sixteen dead men -- The rose tree -- On a political prisoner -- The leaders of the crowd -- Towards break of day -- Demon and beast -- The second coming -- A prayer for my daughter -- A meditation in time of war -- To be carved on a stone at Thoor Ballylee -- Sailing to Byzantium -- The tower -- Meditations in time of civil war -- Nineteen hundred and nineteen -- The wheel -- Youth and age -- The new faces -- A prayer for my son -- Two songs from a play -- Fragments -- Leda and the swan -- On a picture of a black centaur by Edmund Dulac -- Among school children -- Colonus' praise -- Wisdom -- The hero, the girl, and the fool -- Owen Aherne and his dancers -- A man young and old -- The three monuments -- All soul's night -- In memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markiewicz -- Death -- A dialogue of self and soul -- Blood and the moon -- Oil and blood -- Veronica's napkin -- Symbols -- Spilt mild -- The nineteenth century and after -- Statistics -- Three movements -- The seven sages -- The crazed moon -- Coole park, 1929 -- Coole park and Ballylee, 1931 -- For Anne Gregory -- Swift's epitaph -- At Algeciras.. a meditation upon death -- The choice -- Mohini Chatterjee -- Byzantium -- The Mother of God -- Vacillation -- Quarrel in old age -- The results of thought -- Gratitude to the unknown instructors -- Remorse for intemperate speech -- Stream and sun at Glendalough -- Crazy Jane and the Bishop -- Crazy Jane reproved -- Crazy Jane on the day of judgment -- Crazy Jane and Jack the journeyman -- Crazy Jane on God -- Crazy Jane talks with the Bishop -- Crazy Jane grown old looks at the dancers -- Girl's song -- Young man's song -- Her anxiety -- His confidence -- Love's loneliness -- Her dream -- His bargain -- Three things -- Lullaby -- After long silence -- Mad as the mist and snow -- Those dancing days are gone -- I am of Ireland -- The dancer at Cruachan and Cro-Patrick -- Tom the lunatic -- Tom at Cruachan -- Old Tom again -- The delphic oracle upon Plotinus -- Father and child -- Before the world was made -- A first confession -- Her triumph -- Consulation -- Chosen -- Parting -- Her vision in the wood -- A last confession -- Meeting -- From the 'Antigone' -- Parnell's funeral -- Three songs to the same tune -- Alternative song for the severed head in 'The King of the great clock tower' -- Two songs rewritten for the tune's sake -- A prayer for old age -- Church and state -- Supernatural songs -- The gyres -- Lapis Lazuli -- Imitated from the Japanese -- Sweet daner -- The three bushes -- The lady's first song -- The lady's second song -- The lady's third song -- The lover's song -- The chambermaid's first song -- The chambermaid's second song -- An acre of grass -- What then? -- Beautiful lofty things -- A crazed girl -- To Dorothy Wellesley -- The curse of Cromwell -- Roger Casement -- The ghost of Roger Casement -- The O'Rahilly -- Come gather round me, Parnellites -- The wild old wicked man -- The great day -- Parnell -- What was lost -- The spur -- A drunken man's praise of sobriety -- The pilgrim -- Colonel Martin -- A model for the laureate -- The old stone cross -- The spirit medium -- Those images -- The municipal gallery revisited -- Are you content? -- Three songs to the one burden -- In Tara's halls -- The statues -- News for the Delphic oracle -- Three marching songs -- Long-legged fly -- A bronze head -- A stick of incense -- John Kinsella's lament for Mrs. Mary Moore -- Hound voice -- High talk -- The apparitions -- A nativity -- Why should not old men be mad? -- The statesman's holiday -- Crazy Jane on the mountain -- The circus animal's desertion -- Politics -- The man and the echo -- Cuchulain comforted -- The black tower -- Under Ben Bulben -- The wanderings of Oisin -- The old age of Queen Maeve -- Baile and Aillinn -- The shadowy waters -- The two kings -- The gift of Harun Al-Rashid
Note Includes indexes.
OCLC # 964555