Provides a background for understanding Yeats's total work and clarifies the structure, images and meanings of the various lyrics. (New York Herald Tribune)
John Unterecker, a leading scholar on Yeats, taught at Columbia University and the University of Hawaii.
An extremely perceptive, and insightful information packed book which makes Yeats' works more comprehensible and intelligble. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by Emily
More a literary morass than guide.For me the Virgil in Latin is easier to comprehend than this alleged guide. Would not recommend it under any circumstances.Published on February 7, 2009 by cv60