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Yeats, Ireland and Fascism by Elizabeth Cullingford

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This is the first full-length study of Yeats's politics. Making use of new research data, the author refutes commonly held misconceptions about Yeats's politics, contradicting the idea that Yeats was a fascist and establishing the seriousness of his commitment to Irish nationalism, Dr. Cullingford studies Yeats's politics not only because they tell us more about Yeats the man, but also because she sees them as vitally important to the shaping and nature of his literary work. Perhaps the most striking theory in the book concerns the political relevance of Yeats's symbolic system as set out in A VISION. Here is a truly interdisciplinary study which will be of interest to students of literature, politics, and Irish history.

ISBN: 0333375920

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ISBN13: 978-0333375921

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; New edition edition (July 1984)

Language: English

Subcategory: Politics & Government

Yeats, Ireland and Fascism
Politics & Social Sciences
Author: Elizabeth Cullingford
Title: Yeats, Ireland and Fascism