This one-volume selection of Yeats's work includes plays, criticism, and other prose writings alongside the poems. It represents the full range of his achievement, including selections from all his verse collections, plays including Cathleen Ni Houlihan and Dierdre, critical essays, occult writing, autobiography and letters.
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From CROSSWAYS 1889
The Stolen Child
The Rose of the World
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