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The variorum edition of the poems of W.B. Yeats., Edited by Peter Allt and Russell K. Alspach

Label
The variorum edition of the poems of W.B. Yeats.
Title
The variorum edition of the poems of W.B. Yeats.
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Peter Allt and Russell K. Alspach
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Action
commitment to retain
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1865-1939
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Yeats, W. B.
Dewey number
821.91
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR5900
LC item number
.A3 1957
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Yeats, W. B.
  • Yeats, W. B.
  • Ireland
  • Ireland
Label
The variorum edition of the poems of W.B. Yeats., Edited by Peter Allt and Russell K. Alspach
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages xxix-xxxiv)
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ephemera
  • 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 have joined the agitation against immoral literature
  • The madness of King Goll
  • To a poet, who would have me praise certain bad poets, imitators of his and mine
  • 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 stolen child
  • The grey rock
  • The two kings
  • 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 road of time
  • The wanderings of Oisin
  • 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
  • The song of the happy shepherd
  • 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 novelists
  • The lamentation of the old pensioner
  • The ballad of Father Gilligan
  • The two trees
  • The sad shepherd
  • To some I have talked with by the fire
  • To Ireland in the coming times
  • The 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 cloak, the boat, and the shoes
  • 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 and his beloved, and longs for the end of the world
  • He bids his beloved be at peace
  • He reproves the curlew
  • He remembers forgotten beauty
  • A poet to his beloved
  • He gives his beloved certain rhymes
  • Anashuya and Vijaya
  • 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
  • The Indian upon god
  • 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
  • The old age of Queen Maeve
  • The Indian to his love
  • Baile and Aillinn
  • 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
  • The falling of the leaves
  • 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
  • I walked among the seven woods of Coole
  • The harp of Aengus
  • The shadowy waters
  • His dream
  • A woman Homer sung
  • The three hermits
  • I see phantoms of hatred and of the heart's fullness and of the coming emptiness
  • Nineteen hundred and nineteen
  • The wheel
  • Youth and age
  • The new faces
  • A prayer for my son
  • Two songs from a play
  • Fragments
  • Wisdom
  • Leda and the swan
  • Running to paradise
  • On a picture of a black centaur by Edmund Dulac
  • Among school children
  • Colonus' praise
  • The hero, the girl, and the fool
  • Owen Aherne and his dancers
  • A man young and old
  • First love
  • Human dignity
  • The mermaid
  • The death of the hare
  • The hour before dawn
  • The empty cup
  • His memories
  • The friends of his youth
  • Summer and spring
  • The secrets of the old
  • His wildness
  • From 'Oedipus at Colonus'
  • The three monuments
  • The gift of Haun Al-Rashid
  • All souls' night
  • A song from The Player Queen
  • 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 milk
  • The nineteenth century and after
  • Statistics
  • The realists
  • 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
  • The witch
  • 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 and Glendalough
  • Words for music perhaps
  • The peacock
  • 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
  • The mountain tomb
  • 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'
  • To a child dancing in the wind
  • The dancer at Cruachan and Cro-Patrick
  • Tom the lunatic
  • Tom at Cruachan
  • Old Tom again
  • The delphic oracle upon Plotinus
  • A woman young and old
  • Father and child
  • Before the world was made
  • A first confession
  • Her triumph
  • Two years later
  • Consolation
  • Chosen
  • Parting
  • Her vision in the woods
  • A last confession
  • Meeting
  • From the 'Antigone'
  • To a wealthy man who promised a second subscription ...
  • 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
  • September 1913
  • 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 at Sheba
  • The living beauty
  • A song
  • To a young beauty
  • To a friend whose work has come to nothing
  • 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
  • Paudeen
  • Her praise
  • The people
  • His Phoenix
  • A thought from Propertius
  • Broken dreams
  • A deep-sworn vow
  • Presences
  • The balloon of the mind
  • To a squirrel a Kyle-na-no
  • On being asked for a war poem
  • To a shade
  • In memory of Alfred Pollexfen
  • Upon a dying lady
  • Her courtesy
  • Certain artists bring her dolls and drawings
  • She turns the dolls' faces to the wall
  • The end of day
  • Her race
  • Her courage
  • Her friends bring her a Christmas tree
  • Ego dominus tuus
  • When Helen lived
  • A prayer on going into my house
  • The phases of the moon
  • The saint and the hunchback
  • Two songs of a fool
  • Another song of a fool
  • The double vision of Michael Robartes
  • Michael Robartes and the dancer
  • Solomon and the witch
  • An image from at past life
  • Under Saturn
  • On those that hated The Playboy of the Western World, 1907
  • 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
  • The three beggars
  • To be carved on a stone at Thoor Ballylee
  • Sailing to Byzantium
  • The tower
  • Meditations in time of civil war
  • Ancestral houses
  • My house
  • My table
  • My descendants
  • The road to my door
  • The stare's nest by my window
  • Ribh denounces Patrick
  • Ribh in ecstasy
  • There
  • Ribh considers Christian love insufficient
  • He and she
  • What magic drum?
  • Whence had they come?
  • The four ages of man
  • Conjunctions
  • A needle's eye
  • Parnell's funeral
  • Meru
  • The Gyres
  • Lapis Lazuli
  • Imitated from the Japanese
  • Sweet dancer
  • The three bushes
  • The lady's first song
  • The lady's second song
  • The lady's third song
  • The lover's song
  • Three songs to the same tune
  • 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
  • Alternative song for the severed head in 'The King of the great clock tower'
  • 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
  • Two songs rewritten for the tune's sake
  • 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 prayer for old age
  • 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 a mountain
  • Church and state
  • The circus animal's desertion
  • Politics
  • The man and the echo
  • Cuchulain comforted
  • The black tower
  • Under Ben Bulben
  • Supernatural songs
  • Ribh at the tomb of Baile and Aillinn
Control code
ocm00566379
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxxv, 884 pages
Lccn
57005974
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 6433
  • (OCoLC)00566379
Label
The variorum edition of the poems of W.B. Yeats., Edited by Peter Allt and Russell K. Alspach
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages xxix-xxxiv)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ephemera
  • 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 have joined the agitation against immoral literature
  • The madness of King Goll
  • To a poet, who would have me praise certain bad poets, imitators of his and mine
  • 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 stolen child
  • The grey rock
  • The two kings
  • 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 road of time
  • The wanderings of Oisin
  • 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
  • The song of the happy shepherd
  • 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 novelists
  • The lamentation of the old pensioner
  • The ballad of Father Gilligan
  • The two trees
  • The sad shepherd
  • To some I have talked with by the fire
  • To Ireland in the coming times
  • The 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 cloak, the boat, and the shoes
  • 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 and his beloved, and longs for the end of the world
  • He bids his beloved be at peace
  • He reproves the curlew
  • He remembers forgotten beauty
  • A poet to his beloved
  • He gives his beloved certain rhymes
  • Anashuya and Vijaya
  • 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
  • The Indian upon god
  • 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
  • The old age of Queen Maeve
  • The Indian to his love
  • Baile and Aillinn
  • 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
  • The falling of the leaves
  • 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
  • I walked among the seven woods of Coole
  • The harp of Aengus
  • The shadowy waters
  • His dream
  • A woman Homer sung
  • The three hermits
  • I see phantoms of hatred and of the heart's fullness and of the coming emptiness
  • Nineteen hundred and nineteen
  • The wheel
  • Youth and age
  • The new faces
  • A prayer for my son
  • Two songs from a play
  • Fragments
  • Wisdom
  • Leda and the swan
  • Running to paradise
  • On a picture of a black centaur by Edmund Dulac
  • Among school children
  • Colonus' praise
  • The hero, the girl, and the fool
  • Owen Aherne and his dancers
  • A man young and old
  • First love
  • Human dignity
  • The mermaid
  • The death of the hare
  • The hour before dawn
  • The empty cup
  • His memories
  • The friends of his youth
  • Summer and spring
  • The secrets of the old
  • His wildness
  • From 'Oedipus at Colonus'
  • The three monuments
  • The gift of Haun Al-Rashid
  • All souls' night
  • A song from The Player Queen
  • 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 milk
  • The nineteenth century and after
  • Statistics
  • The realists
  • 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
  • The witch
  • 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 and Glendalough
  • Words for music perhaps
  • The peacock
  • 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
  • The mountain tomb
  • 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'
  • To a child dancing in the wind
  • The dancer at Cruachan and Cro-Patrick
  • Tom the lunatic
  • Tom at Cruachan
  • Old Tom again
  • The delphic oracle upon Plotinus
  • A woman young and old
  • Father and child
  • Before the world was made
  • A first confession
  • Her triumph
  • Two years later
  • Consolation
  • Chosen
  • Parting
  • Her vision in the woods
  • A last confession
  • Meeting
  • From the 'Antigone'
  • To a wealthy man who promised a second subscription ...
  • 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
  • September 1913
  • 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 at Sheba
  • The living beauty
  • A song
  • To a young beauty
  • To a friend whose work has come to nothing
  • 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
  • Paudeen
  • Her praise
  • The people
  • His Phoenix
  • A thought from Propertius
  • Broken dreams
  • A deep-sworn vow
  • Presences
  • The balloon of the mind
  • To a squirrel a Kyle-na-no
  • On being asked for a war poem
  • To a shade
  • In memory of Alfred Pollexfen
  • Upon a dying lady
  • Her courtesy
  • Certain artists bring her dolls and drawings
  • She turns the dolls' faces to the wall
  • The end of day
  • Her race
  • Her courage
  • Her friends bring her a Christmas tree
  • Ego dominus tuus
  • When Helen lived
  • A prayer on going into my house
  • The phases of the moon
  • The saint and the hunchback
  • Two songs of a fool
  • Another song of a fool
  • The double vision of Michael Robartes
  • Michael Robartes and the dancer
  • Solomon and the witch
  • An image from at past life
  • Under Saturn
  • On those that hated The Playboy of the Western World, 1907
  • 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
  • The three beggars
  • To be carved on a stone at Thoor Ballylee
  • Sailing to Byzantium
  • The tower
  • Meditations in time of civil war
  • Ancestral houses
  • My house
  • My table
  • My descendants
  • The road to my door
  • The stare's nest by my window
  • Ribh denounces Patrick
  • Ribh in ecstasy
  • There
  • Ribh considers Christian love insufficient
  • He and she
  • What magic drum?
  • Whence had they come?
  • The four ages of man
  • Conjunctions
  • A needle's eye
  • Parnell's funeral
  • Meru
  • The Gyres
  • Lapis Lazuli
  • Imitated from the Japanese
  • Sweet dancer
  • The three bushes
  • The lady's first song
  • The lady's second song
  • The lady's third song
  • The lover's song
  • Three songs to the same tune
  • 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
  • Alternative song for the severed head in 'The King of the great clock tower'
  • 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
  • Two songs rewritten for the tune's sake
  • 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 prayer for old age
  • 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 a mountain
  • Church and state
  • The circus animal's desertion
  • Politics
  • The man and the echo
  • Cuchulain comforted
  • The black tower
  • Under Ben Bulben
  • Supernatural songs
  • Ribh at the tomb of Baile and Aillinn
Control code
ocm00566379
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxxv, 884 pages
Lccn
57005974
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 6433
  • (OCoLC)00566379

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