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W.B. Yeats (1865-1939) started writing poetry as a devotee of Blake, Shelley, the pre-Raphaelites, and of nineteenth-century Irish poets together with James Clarence Mangan and Samuel Ferguson. by means of the top of his lifestyles, he had, as T.S. Eliot acknowledged, created a poetic language for the 20 th century. the 1st Yeats deepens our knowing of the making of that poetic mind's eye, reprinting the unique texts of Yeats's 3 early collections, The Wanderings of Oisin and different Poems (1899), The Countess of Kathleen and diverse Legends and Lyrics (1892), and The Wind one of the Reeds (1899). The poems have been for that reason seriously revised or discarded. between them are a number of the best-loved poems in English – 'The LakeIsle of Innisfree', 'He needs for the Cloths of Heaven' – clean and surprising the following of their unique contexts, including Yeats's long notes which have been enormously reduce within the amassed versions. This illuminating version through Edward Larrissy, editor of W.B. Yeats, the key Works (Oxford collage Press, 2000), comprises an creation that clarifies the literary, ancient and highbrow context of the poems, designated notes, and a bibliography. It bargains crucial fabric for analyzing –and revaluing – one of many nice glossy poets.

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Or shall we call it a world of makeliterature? Believing, mere believing, bored Pessoa. Like a good artist, he harnessed his fertile imagination to make richly expressive things—his stunning poems, his well-turned prose, and his heteronymic nation, which was his greatest poetic act. Chronology The titles of Pessoa’s works have, for the most part, been translated into English. m. m. He is the first child of Joaquim de Seabra Pessoa, born in Lisbon but with family roots in the Algarve, and of Maria Madalena Pinheiro Nogueira, from the Ilha Terceira, in the Azores.

A coup d’état in May establishes a military dictatorship. 1927 The literary review Presença is founded in Coimbra. The young editors consider Pessoa, who is not especially well known, to be Portugal’s most significant living writer, and they regularly publish his work throughout the rest of his life. One of the editors, João Gaspar Simões, will publish the first biography of Pessoa, in 1950. Pessoa’s sister and her family move to Évora, where they will live for three years. 1928 Pessoa publishes a booklet titled O Interregno (The Interregnum), which defends and justifies military dictatorship as a necessary “State of Transition” in Portugal, wracked by political instability and without (according to the booklet’s arguments) a “national ideal” or a tradition of strong public opinion to support a British-style, constitutional government.

Poems have been ordered chronologically, as far as possible, except in the case of The Keeper of Sheep and Message, which the author structured according to other criteria, and in the case of Faust, for which very few dates exist. —Selected Poems, published by Grove Press in 1998, included poems that for the most part had never before appeared in a widely circulating translation into English. There was very little crossover between that volume and the Edwin Honig / Susan Brown Poems of Pessoa (1986).

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