Journal Articles on William Butler Yeats (to 2002)


"W. B. Yeats Centenary Edition." The Dublin Magazine 4.2 (1965):

"W. B. Yeats (Special Issue)." Phoenix 10 (1965):

"`Mastering What Is Most Abstract': A Forum on A Vision." Yeats Annual 11 (1995): 141-70.

Albright, Daniel. "The Fool by the Pool." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 51-67.

Allen, James Lovic. "All in the Family: Artistic Interaction between W. B. Yeats and His Siblings." Yeats Eliot Review 5.i (1978): 32-43.

Allen, James Lovic, ed. "Special W. B. Yeats Issue." Modern British Literature 4.i (1979):

Allen, James Lovic. "Yeats, Belief, and ESP: New Critical Attitudes." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 24.1 (1989): 109-119.

Allen, James Lovic. "From Innisfree to Hagia Sophia: The Heritage of Meaning in Yeats's `Sailing to Byzantium'." Yeats Eliot Review: A Journal of Criticism and Scholarship 10.4 (1990): 85-89.

Allison, Jonathan. "The Attack on Yeats." South Atlantic Review 55.4 (1990): 61-73.

Allison, Jonathan. "The Last Line of `Sailing to Byzantium': A New Source." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 319-321.

Allison, Jonathan. "W. B. Yeats, Space, and Cultural Nationalism." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 14.4 (2001): 55-67.

Antunes, Futin Buffara. "From Personal to Impersonal: A Textual Analysis of Yeats's `Among School Children'." Estudos Anglo-Americanos 1 (1977): 25-37.

Argoff, N. Jeanne. "Yeats's Innovations in the Ballad Form." Colby Library Quarterly 16 (1980): 106-17.

Arkins, Brian. "Yeats: Platonist, Gnostic, or What?" Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 7 (1989): 3-16.

Arkins, Brian. "Towards an Astrological Reading of Yeats." Yeats Eliot Review 11.3 (1992): 64-66.

Arkins, Brian. "All Thing Doubled: The Theme of Opposites in W. B. Yeats." Yeats Eliot Review 18.2 (2001): 2-19.

Armstrong, Tim. "Giving Birth to Oneself: Yeats's Late Sexuality." Yeats Annual 8 (1991): 39-58.

Atkinson, F. G. "W. B. Yeats: A Biographical Note." Notes and Queries 18 (1971): 107-09.

Ayling, Ronald. "W. B. Yeats on Plays and Players." Modern Drama 9 (1966): 1-10.

Baechler, Lea. "Beauty is So Difficult: W. B. Yeats and `Upon a Dying Lady'." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 259-80.

Bagchee, Shyamal. "Sexual Passion and Nationalism in extremis in Yeats's `The Statues'." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 6.ii (1980): 18-33.

Baker, Pamela, and Helen Young. "W. B. Yeats Material in the University of London Library." Yeats Annual 4 (1986): 175-180.

Balk, Mary McArdle. "Yeats's John Sherman: An Early Attempt to Reconcile Opposites." Yeats Eliot Review 6.i (1979): 45-50.

Balliet, Conrad. "Old Rocky Face in `The Gyres' By W. B. Yeats." Notes and Queries 17 (1970): 455-56.

Balliet, Conrad. "Maud Gonne's Favorite Poem." American Notes and Queries 17 (1979): 102-03.

Balliet, Conrad. "W. B. Yeats: The Pun of a Gonne." Modern British Literature 4 (1979): 44-50.

Balliet, Conrad. "W. B. Yeats: Literary Masochism and Poetic Stimulation in the Previously Unpublished `Poem of Lancelot Switchback'." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 3-10.

Barfoot, Gabrielle. "Yeats and Hardy." The Aligarh Critical Miscellany 5.1 (1992): 90-102.

Barnes, George, and Jeremy Silver. "George Barnes's `W. B. Yeats and Broadcasting' 1940." Yeats Annual 5 (1987): 189-194.

Bazargan, Susan. "W. B. Yeats: Autobiography and Colonialism." Yeats 13 (1995): 201-24.

Beckson, Karl. "The Tumbler of Water and the Cup of Wine: Symons, Yeats, and the Symbolist Movement." Victorian Poetry 28.3-4 (1990): 125-133.

Bedient, Calvin. "Yeats's `Lapis Lazuli': Romancing the Stone." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 7 (1989): 17-41.

Belitt, Ben. "Sight, Second or Sudden: Versions of Witness." Parnassus: Poetry in Review 16.2 (1991): 258-76.

Bell, Ian. "Oblique Contexts in Yeats: The Homer of `The Nineteenth Century and After'." Philological Quarterly 65.3 (1986): 335-344.

Bell, Vereen. "Yeats and the Politics of Literature." Sewanee Review 98.2 (1990): 260-267.

Bell, Vereen. "Yeats's Nietzschean Idealism." The Southern Review 29.3 (1993): 491-513.

Bell, Vereen. "Yeats in the Real World." The Southern Review 32.1 (1996): 186-98.

Blair, Ron. "Yeats Lights the Candles." Westerly: A Quarterly Review 34.2 (1989): 41-49.

Block, Ed Jr. "Walter Pater, Arthur Symons, W. B. Yeats, and the Fortunes of the Literary Portrait." Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 26.4 (1986): 759-776.

Block, Haskell. "Symbolist Drama: Villiers de l'Isle-Adam, Strindberg, and Yeats." New York Literary Forum 4 (1980): 43-48.

Block, Haskell. "Yeats, Symons and The Symbolist Movement in Literature." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 9-18.

Bornstein, George. "Remaking Himself: Yeats's Revisions of His Early Canon." Text: Transactions of the Society for Textual Scholarship 5 (1991): 339-58.

Bornstein, George. "Using Yeats's Revisions." Yeats 13 (1995): 11-20.

Bradley, Anthony. "Yeats's Poems Written in Discouragement, 1912-1913: The Politics of Culture." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 30.3 (1995): 103-32.

Brater, Enoch. "W. B. Yeats: The Poet as Critic." Journal of Modern Literature 4 (1975): 651-76.

Breen, Margaret Soenser. "The Feminine Position of Auditor in Yeats's Purgatory." Colby Library Quarterly 25.1 (1989): 42-54.

Brooks, Harold. "W. B. Yeats: `The Tower'." Durham University Journal 73 (1980): 9-21.

Brown, Terence. "W. B. Yeats and Samuel Beckett." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 190-92.

Bryson, Mary E. "Dublin Letters: John Eglinton and The Dial, 1921-1929." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 29.4 (1994): 132-48.

Bull, Malcolm. "Yeats's `Rough Beast': Sphinx or Manticore?" Notes and Queries 42 (240).2 (1995): 209-10.

Burleson, Donald R. "Swan Songs: Lovecraft and Yeats." Lovecraft Studies 8.1 (18) (1989): 14-17.

Burneko, Grace Bailey. "`What, Do You Laugh in My Face?': Commedia dell'Arte and The Green Helmet of W. B. Yeats." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 56-71.

Bush, Ronald. "Yeats and Modernism." Yeats 13 (1995): 21-29.

Butler, Gerald. "Latent Content in `Leda and the Swan' by W. B. Yeats." Recovering Literature: A Journal of Contextualist Criticism 9 (1981): 30-41.

Byrd, Thomas L. Jr., and Carolyn Kahn. "The Stone as a Symbol in the Lyric Poetry of W. B. Yeats." Xavier University Studies 8.iii (1969): 28-35.

Callan, Edward. "Auden and W. B. Yeats: From Singing-Master to Ogre." Commonweal 13 May 1977 (1977): 298-303.

Carter, D. N. G. "W. B. Yeats and the Poetry of the First World War." Focus on Robert Graves and His Contemporaries 1.10 (1989): 13-22.

Casson, Bronwen. "Confrontations with Yeats." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 220-22.

Cervo, Nathan. "Yeats's `The Coming of Wisdom with Time'." Explicator 51.1 (1992): 29-31.

Cervo, Nathan. "Yeats's `The Second Coming'." Explicator 53.3 (1995): 161-63.

Chandran, K. Narayana. "Yeats's Recall of Julius Caesar in `Death'." Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages Bulletin 5.1-2 (1993): 133-38.

Chapman, Derek. "A `Foolish' Exercise." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 207-08.

Chapman, Wayne K. "Yeats's `Theatre of Beauty' and the Masque Tradition." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 7 (1989): 42-56.

Chapman, Wayne K. "Symbolisme and Its `Chief' Agent in English: Mallarme vis-a- vis Yeats." Romance Quarterly 37.1 (1990): 19-29.

Chapman, Wayne K. "Milton and Yeats's `News' for the Oracle: Two Additional sources." English LanguageNotes 29.1 (1991): 60-64.

Chapman, Wayne K. "The Miltonic Crux of `The Phases of the Moon'." Yeats Annual 8 (1991): 59-77.

Chapman, Wayne K. "Notes on the Yeats Library, 1904 and 1989." Yeats Annual 8 (1991): 199-202.

Chapman, Wayne K. "Yeats and the Rose of Sharon." English LanguageNotes 29.3 (1992): 51-53.

Chapman, Wayne K. "`The Municipal Gallery Re-Visited' and Its Writing'." Yeats Annual 10 (1993): 159-87.

Chapman, Wayne K. "The `Countess Kathleen Row' of 1899 and the Revisions pf 1901 and 1911." Yeats Annual 11 (1995): 105-23.

Chiba, Yoko. "The Shamanistic Elements in Yeats and Noh." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 89-114.

Christensen, Peter G. "Yeats and Balzac's Sur Catherine de Medicis." Modern Language Studies 19.4 (1989): 11-30.

Christopher, J. R. "From the Master's Lips: W. B. Yeats as C. S. Lewis Saw Him." Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society 6.i (1974): 14-19.

Clark, David. "W. B. Yeats and the Drama of Vision." Arizona Quarterly 20 (1964): 127-141.

Clark, David. "Yeats's `From "Oedipus at Colonus" ': Transcriptions of the Manuscripts, and Two Comments." Modern British Literature 4 (1979): 63-82.

Clark, David. "Gaelic Poets and Yeats's Middle and Late Songs: Some Preliminary Notes." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 19-38.

Clark, Rosalind E. "Yeats's The Only Jealousy of Emer and the Old Irish Serglige Con Culainn." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 39-48.

Clarke, Austin. "Glimpses of W. B. Yeats." Shenandoah 16.4 (1965): 25-36.

Cohen, Paul. "Blindness in Yeats." Yeats Eliot Review 6.ii (1979): 49-55.

Coltrane, Robert. "From Legend to Literature: W. B. Yeats and the Cuchulain Cycle." Lock Haven Review 12 (1971): 24-46.

Coltrane, Robert. "Legend, Autobiography, and the Occult in `The Cap and Bells': A Fusion of Disparate Entities." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 129-143.

Connelly, Joseph F. "J. B. Yeats's Imaginative Forays into Writing: Memory, Moment and Creative Impulse." Notes on Modern Irish Literature 7.1 (1995): 41-49.

Connelly, Joseph F. "The Amalgam of Traditions in J. B. Yeats's Harlequin's Positions." Notes on Modern Irish Literature 8 (1996): 31-37.

Corbett, David Peters. "T. Sturge Moore's `Do We or Do We Not, Know It?' and the Writing of `Byzantium'." Yeats Annual 10 (1993): 241-49.

Cowart, David. "Identity and Sexuality: Yeats's `The Cap and Bells' and Its Contexts." Yeats Eliot Review 6.i (1979): 38-44.

Cullingford, Elizabeth Butler. "`Thinking of Her . . . as . . . Ireland': Yeats, Pearse, and Heaney." Textual Practice 4.1 (1990): 1-21.

Cullingford, Elizabeth Butler. "Venus or Mrs. Pankhurst: Yeats's Love Poetry and the Culture of Suffrage." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 11-29.

Cullingford, Elizabeth Butler. "A Feminist Teaches Yeats." Yeats 13 (1995): 30-38.

Cunningham, Keith. "Into the Tradition: W. B. Yeats and Michael J. Murphy." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 6 (1988): 12-18.

D'Ambrosio, John. "William Butler Yeats' Evolving Drama of Self-Analysis: The Psychoanalytic Process of On Baile's Strand and Purgatory." Literature and Psychology 39.1-2 (1993): 42-51.

Daniel, Anne Margaret. "`The Prophets': Auden on Yeats and Eliot." Yeats Eliot Review 16.3 (2000): 31-44.

Daniel, Walter. "Public vs. Private Commitment in Two Plays of W. B. Yeats and Sean O'Casey." College Language Association Journal 23 (1979): 213-19.

Dayan, Joan. "The Love Poems of `The Wind among the Reeds': A Circle Drawn around the Absolute." Comparative Literature Studies 16 (1979): 79-87.

Deane, Seamus. "`The Second Coming': Coming Second; Coming in a Second." Irish University Review: A Journal of Irish Studies 22.1 (1992): 92-100.

Deane, Shamus. "The Poet's Dream of an Audience [review of John Kelly's edition of The Collected Letters of W. B. Yeats]." (London) Times Literary Supplement 4327 (1986): 235-236.

Decker, Sharon. "Love's Mansion: Sexuality in Yeats's Poetry." Modern British Literature 4 (1979): 17-32.

DeForrest, Matthew. "Stories of Michael Robartes and His Friends." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 18.2 (1992): 48-57.

Derus, David. "Chesterton and W. B. Yeats: Vision, System and Rhetoric." The Chesterton Review 2 (1976): 197-214.

Detrie, Alison. "The Lyric Poet and the Autobiographical Mode: W. B. Yeats, Reveries over Childhood and Youth." Etudes Irlandaises: Revue Francaise d'Histoire, Civilisation et Litterature de l'Irelande 14.2 (1989): 55-64.

Devitt, John. "Art and the Civic Life: A Personal Response to the Yeats International Theatre Festival." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 241-49.

D'haen, Theo. "W. B. Yeats and A. Roland Holst: (S)elective Affinities." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 49-70.

Diggory, Terence. "De Man and Yeats." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 71-83.

Dilworth, Thomas. "Yeats's Argument with Joyce in `Ego Dominus Tuus'." Review of English Studies: A Quarterly Journal of English Literature and the English Language 42.166 (1991): 232-34.

Dilworth, Thomas, and Teena Ward. "The Ending of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Yeats's `The Hosting of the Sidhe'." James Joyce Quarterly 32.1 (1994): 97-102.

Doherty, Francis. "The Death of the Hero in Irish Tragedy." Anglia: Zeitschrift fur Englische Philologie 110.3-4 (1992): 395-408.

Doherty, Gerald. "The World That Shines and Sounds: W. B. Yeats and Daisetz Suzuki." Irish Renaissance Annual 4 (1983): 57-75.

Donoghue, Denis. "W. B. Yeats: On the Rights and Privileges of a Literary Biographer." (London) Times Literary Supplement 9 Feb (1973): 153.

Donoghue, Denis. "The Political Turn in Criticism." Salmagundi 81 (1989): 104-122.

Dutta-Roy, Sonjoy. "`Adam's Curse': Labor, Truth and Beauty in Yeats's Autobiographical Poems." Journal of Modern Literature 17.1 (1990): 182-87.

Dutta-Roy, Sonjoy. "`Myself Must I Remake': The Making and Remaking of the Poet W. B. Yeats: A Framework." Yeats Eliot Review 17.1 (2001): 26-32.

Eastwood, David R. "Poetry Hypotheses." Hypotheses: Neo-Aristotelian Analysis. 9 (1994): 15-18.

Eaton, Heather Louise. "Yeats's `Among School Children'." Explicator 54.3 (1996): 165-68.

Eaves, Gregory N. "Swans, Doubles, Reflections: Hydromancy in Coole Park." Colby Quarterly 28.2 (1992): 105-14.

Engelberg, Edward. "Space, Time, and History: Towards the Discrimination of Modernisms." Modernist Studies: Literature and Culture 1920-1940 1 (1974): 7-25.

Engelberg, Edward, ed. "Yeats from a Comparatist Perspective." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990):

Engelberg, Edward. "Yeats among the Europeans." Yeats 13 (1995): 39-47.

Eur, Do-seon. "Rifts between History and Language: W. B. Yeats's `Easter 1916'." Yeats Journal of Korea 3-4 (1993): 211-22.

Evans, Walter. "From Wordsworth's The Prelude to Yeats's `The Second Coming'." Yeats Eliot Review 6.i (1979): 31-37.

Everett, Glenn S. "Rossetti and The Rose: Yeats's Borrowings from `Soul's Beauty'." English Language Notes 28.3 (1991): 47-57.

Eyler, Audrey. "His Hour Come Round at Last?: W. B. Yeats as Playwright." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 13.iv (1978): 52-64.

Fallis, Richard. "Language and Rhythm in Poetry: A Previously Unpublished Essay by W. B. Yeats." Shenandoah 26.iv (1975): 77-81.

Farag, Fahmy. "The Unpopular Theatre of W. B. Yeats." Cairo Studies in English (1963-1966) (1966): 97-108.

Farag, Fahmy. "W. B. Yeats and the Politics of A Vision." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 1.i (1975): 9-26.

Farag, Fahmy. "The Poet as the Nation's Daimon: The Cabbalistic Politics of W. B. Yeats." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 2.ii (1976): 32-46.

Farag, Fahmy. "Forcing Reading and Writing on Those Who Want Neither: W. B. Yeats and the Irish Oral Tradition." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 11.2 (1985): 7-15.

Finneran, Richard J. "W. B. Yeats: Some Recent Bibliographical and Editorial Work." Review 1 (1979): 233-248.

Finneran, Richard J. "An Omission in The Secret Rose, Stories by W. B. Yeats: A Variorum Edition." Yeats: An Annual Publication of Critical and Textual Studies 1 (1983): 154.

Finneran, Richard J. "Yeats's Politics." Review 5 (1983): 59-68.

Finneran, Richard J. "W. B. Yeats: A New Commentary on the New Commentary." Review 7 (1985): 163-189.

Finneran, Richard J. "W. B. Yeats: Early Letters and His Library." Review 9 (1987): 205-214.

Finneran, Richard J. "Farewell, `Ha, Ha!': New Revisions to Some Early Poems by W. B. Yeats." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 322-328.

Flannery, James W. "W. B. Yeats and the Actor." Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 62 (1973): 1-17.

Flannery, James W. "W. B. Yeats and the Abbey Theatre Company." Educational Theatre Journal 27 (1975): 179-96.

Flannery, James W. "Memories and Prophecies: A Prospectus for the Yeats Project at the Abbey Theatre." Yeats Annual 8 (1991): 235-41.

Flannery, James W. "Art as Alchemy: The Yeats International Theatre Festival, 1989- 1991." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 3-31.

Flannery, James W. "Staging the Phantasmagorical: The Theatrical Challenges and Rewards of W. B. Yeats." Irish University Review 26.1 (1996): 92-106.

Fleming, Deborah. "George Orwell's Essay on W. B. Yeats." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 19.4 (1984): 141-147.

Fletcher, Ian. "History and Vision in the Work of W. B. Yeats." The Southern Review 4 (1968): 105-126.

Fletcher, Ian. "Poet and Designer: W. B. Yeats and Althea Gyles." Yeats Studies 1 (1971): 42-79.

Fludernik, Monika. "Ichinotani futaba gun'ki: A Kabuki Parallel to On Baile's Strand." Harp: IASAIL-Japan Bulletin. 6 (1991): 6-26.

Foster, R. F. "Protestant Magic: W. B. Yeats and the Spell of Irish History." Proceedings of the British Academy 75 (1989): 243-66.

Foster, R. F. "`When the Newspapers Have Forgotten Me': Yeats, Obituarists, and Irishness." Yeats Annual 12 (1996): 163-79.

Fovere, Olwen. "Yeats and the Art of Play." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 202-04.

Fraser, Robert. "The Pilgrimage along the Drogheda Road: W. B. Yeats, George Barker, and the Idea of Ireland." Yeats Annual 3 (1985): 133-147.

Fraser, Russell. "How Yeats Came into His Strength." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 385-99.

Frazier, Adrian. "The Ascendancy Poetry of W. B. Yeats." Sewanee Review 88 (1980): 67-85.

Friedman, Barton R. "Dissolving Surfaces: Yeats's The Wind among the Reeds and the Challenge of Science." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 7 (1989): 57-90.

Friedman, Barton R. "Yeatsian (Meta)Physics: The Resurrection and the Irrational." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 144-165.

Friedman, Norman. "Permanence and Change: What Happens in Yeats's `Dialogue of Self and Soul'?" Yeats Eliot Review 5.ii (1978): 21-30.

Frieling, Barbara J. "The `Moment of Crisis' in Yeats's Vision Papers." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 281-95.

Fullwood, Daphne. "The Influence on W. B. Yeats of Some French Poets (Mallarme, Verlaine, Claudel)." The Southern Review 6 (1970): 356-79.

Fullwood, Daphne. "The Early Poetry of W. B. Yeats." Ariel: A Review of International English Literature 3.iii (1972): 80-90.

Geckle, George L. "Stephen Dedalus and W. B. Yeats: The Making of the Villanelle." Modern Fiction Studies 15.1 (1969): 87-96.

Gemmenn, Cora J. "The Foul Rag and Bone Shop: A Note on a Forgotten History." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 30-34.

Genet, Jacqueline. "Yeats's Purgatory: A Re-Assessment." Irish University Review: A Journal of Irish Studies 21.2 (1991): 229-44.

George, A. G. "W. B. Yeats and the Problem of History." Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages Bulletin 3.1-2 (1991): 40-51.

Gibson, Matthew. "`What Empty Eyeballs Knew': Zen Buddhism in `The Statues' and the Principles of A Vision." Yeats Annual 11 (1995): 141-56.

Gould, Warwick. "Two Omissions from The Secret Rose, Stories by W. B. Yeats: A Variorum Edition." Yeats Annual 3 (1985): 198.

Gould, Warwick. "Thomas Sturge Moore and W. B. Yeats: An Afterword." Yeats Annual 4 (1986): 157-160.

Gould, Warwick. "A Recent Yeats Bibliography." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 293-313.

Gould, Warwick. "`To a Sister of the Cross and the Rose': An Unpublished Early Poem." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 179-183.

Gould, Warwick. "`Seven Paters': One More Time." Yeats Annual 8 (1991): 203-13.

Gould, Warwick. "No Right Poem `I Was Going the Road One Day'." Yeats Annual 10 (1993): 92-110.

Gould, Warwick. "W. B. Yeats and the Resurrection of the Author." The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 16.2 (1994): 101-34.

Gould, Warwick. "`Paracelsus in Excelsis'." Yeats Annual 11 (1995): 176-84.

Gould, Warwick. "Singular Pluralities: Titles of Yeats's Autobiographies." Yeats Annual 11 (1995): 205-18.

Gould, Warwick, and Edna Longley, eds. "That Accusing Eye: Yeats and His Irish Readers." Yeats Annual 12 (1996): Special Issue.

Gould, Warwick, and Deirdre Toomey. "`Cycles Ago . . .,' Maud Gonne and the Lyrics of 1891." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 184-193.

Gould, Warwick, and Deirdre Toomey. "`Take Down This Book': The Flame of the Spirit, Text and Context." Yeats Annual 11 (1995): 124-37.

Graham, Colin. "Hopkins, Yeats, and the Death of Samuel Ferguson." Notes and Queries 40 (238).4 (1993): 493-94.

Graham, Rigby. "Thoor Ballylee: The Castle Home of W. B. Yeats." American Book Collector 21.iv (1971): 11-13.

Greetham, D. C. "Total Utterance and the Modernist Voice." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 400-12.

Greetham, D. C. "`Changed, Changed Utterly: A Terrible Beauty Is Born'." Yeats 13 (1995): 317-42.

Grgas, Stipe. "Tragic Affirmation in Yeats and Nietzsche." Orbis Litterarum: International Review of Literary Studies 46.3 (1991): 165-79.

Halio, Marcia Peoples. "Proud Lady: Yeats's Countess Cathleen." Journal of Irish Literature 20.1 (1991): 9-17.

Halloran, William F. "W. B. Yeats and William Sharp: The Archer Vision." English Language Notes 6 (1969): 273-280.

Hamard, Jean. "Byzantium de W. B. Yeats." Les Langues Modernes 60 (1966): 54-63.

Hamlin, Margaret. "Yeats' `The Cap and Bells'." Explicator 48.3 (1990): 203-205.

Hardy, Barbara. "Verge or Limit: Responses to Simple Nature." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 68-80.

Harper, George Mills. "William Force Stead's Friendship with Yeats and Eliot." Massachusetts Review 21 (1980): 9-38.

Harper, Margaret Mills. "The Message is the Medium: Identity in the Automatic Script." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 35-54.

Harper, Margaret Mills. "Twilight to Vision: Yeats's Collaborative Modernity." Bucknell Review 38.1 (1994): 61-83.

Harris, Susan C. "Blow the Witches Out: Gender Construction and the Subversion of Nationalism in Yeats's Cathleen ni Houlihan and On Baile's Strand." Modern Drama 39.3 (1996): 475-89.

Harrison, John R. "What Rough Beast? Yeats, Nietzsche and Historical Rhetoric in `The Second Coming'." Papers on Language and Literature 31.4 (1995): 362-88.

Hart, Michael F. "The Signs of Contradiction: Joyce, Yeats, and `The Tables of the Law'." Colby Quarterly 30.4 (1994): 237-43.

Hartman, Charles. "Verse and Voice." Ironwood 12.2 (1984): 25-33.

Harwood, John. "Olivia Shakespear and W. B. Yeats." Yeats Annual 4 (1986): 75-98.

Haskell, Dennis. "`Long-Legged Fly' and Yeats's Concept of Mind." Yeats Annual 10 (1993): 250-56.

Heine, Elizabeth. "W. B. Yeats: Poet and Astrologer." Culture and Cosmos: A Journal of the History of Astrology and Cultural Astronomy 1.2 (1997): 60-75.

Henn, T. R. "W. B. Yeats and the Poetry of War." Proceedings of the British Academy 51 (1965): 301-319.

Hepburn, James. "Leda and the Dumbledore." Sewanee Review 88 (1980): 52-66.

Hirakawa, Sukehiro. "The Divine Comedy and the No Plays of Japan: An Attempt at a Reciprocal Elucidation." Comparative Literature Studies 33.1 (1996): 35-58.

Hirschberg, Stuart. "Campbell's `Monomyth' and the Exploration Pattern in Yeats's `A Dialogue of Self and Soul'." Exploration 1 (1973): 47-52.

Hirschberg, Stuart. "The Shaping Role of A Vision on W. B. Yeats's `The Double Vision of Michael Robartes'." Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 68 (1979): 109-13.

Hirschberg, Stuart. "The `Whirling Gyres' of History." Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 68 (1979): 305-14.

Hoffer, Sheryl Denise. "The Savoy Poems of William Butler Yeats." Language and Literature 16 (1991): 75-126.

Hoffman, Bryant. "All Imaginable Things: Yeats's `Per Amica Silentia Lunæ'." Irish Renaissance Annual 1 (I980): 56-72.

Hoffman, Daniel. "Visiting Mrs. Yeats." Boulevard 34-35 (1997): 124-38.

Holdeman, David. "Interpreting Textual Processes: The Case of Yeats's In the Seven Woods." Text 8 (1995): 249-65.

Holdridge, Jefferson. "Heart's Victim and Its Torturer: Yeats and the Poetry of Violence." Irish University Review 27.1 (1997): 111-29.

Holdsworth, Carolyn. "The Active and Passive Principles in The Wind among the Reeds." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 55-65.

Hood, Walter Kelly. "`Read Fechner,' the Spirit Said: W. B. Yeats and Gustav Theodor Fechner." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 7 (1989): 91-98.

Hough, Graham. "W. B. Yeats, a Study in Poetic Integration." Eranos 40 (1971; pub. 1973): 51-84.

Hufstader, Jonathan. "Yeats's Poetry of Witness." Colby Quarterly 31.4 (1995): 253-67.

Hughes, Eamonn. "`You Need Not Fear That I Am Not Amiable': Reading Yeats (Reading) Autobiographies." Yeats Annual 12 (1996): 84-116.

Hynes, Samuel. "Yeats's Wars." Sewanee Review 97.1 (1989): 36-55.

Ingersoll, Earl G. "Yeats's `Quarrel' with Keats: History and Art in Keats's `Ode on a Grecian Urn' and Yeats's `Lapis Lazuli'." Yeats Eliot Review: A Journal of Criticism and Scholarship 10.2 (1989): 57-60.

Jain, Sushil. "Indian Elements in the Poetry of W. B. Yeats with Special Reference to Yeats' Relationship with Chatterji and Tagore." Comparative Literature Studies 7 (1970): 82-96.

Jakobson, Roman, and Stephen Rudy. "Yeats' `Sorrow of Love' through the Years." Poetics Today: Theory and Analysis of Literature and Communication 2.ia (1980): 97-125.

Jaynes, Joseph. "A Search for Trends in the Poetic Style of W. B. Yeats." Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing Journal 1.1 (1980): 11-18.

Jeffares, A. Norman. "The Byzantine Poems of W. B. Yeats." Revue des Langues Vivantes 31 (1965): 353-359.

Jeffares, A. Norman. "Editorial (on W. B. Yeats)." Ariel: A Review of International English Literature 3.iii (1972): 3-4.

Jeffares, A. Norman. "Yeats, Allingham and the Western Fiction." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 6.ii (1980): 2-17.

Jeffares, A. Norman. "Three Speculations." Yeats Annual 11 (1995): 185-95.

Jeffreys, Mark. "The Mona Lisa and the Symbol of Ideas: Pater's Leda as Mother to Yeats' Helen." Colby Quarterly 29.1 (1993): 20-32.

Jensen, Ejner. "The Antinomical Vision of W. B. Yeats." Xavier Review 3 (1964): 127-145.

Jerome, Judson. "Myth, Fable, and Art in Yeats's `Leda and the Swan'." Bestia: Yearbook of the Beast Fable Society 3 (1991): 56-67.

Jochum, K. P. S. "W. B. Yeats: A Survey of Book Publications 1966-1972." Anglia: Zeitschrift fur Englische Philologie 92 (1974): 143-71.

Jochum, K. P. S. "Yeats Sonnets." Modern British Literature 4 (1979): 33-43.

Jochum, K. P. S. "A Yeats Bibliography for 1987-88." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 7 (1989): 177-206.

Jochum, K. P. S. "A Yeats Bibliography for 1988-89." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 272-309.

Jochum, K. P. S. "A Yeats Bibliography for 1989-90." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 171-209.

Jochum, K. P. S. "A Yeats Bibliography for 1990-1991." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 317-61.

Jochum, K. P. S. "Yeats's Vision Papers and the Problem of Automatic Writing: A Review Essay." English Literature in Transition (1880-1920) 36.3 (1993): 323-36.

Jochum, K. P. S. "A Yeats Bibliography for 1993-1994." Yeats 13 (1995): 246-95.

Johnson, Anthony. "The Poetry of Suggestions: W. B. Yeats and Edward Thomas." Poetics Today 8.1 (1987): 85-104.

Johnson, Colton. "Some Unnoticed Contributions to Periodicals by W. B. Yeats." Notes and Queries 19 (1972): 48-52.

Johnson, Josephine. "The Music of Speech: Florence Farr and W. B. Yeats." Literature in Performance 2.1 (1981): 56-65.

Jordan, Carmel. "Cashel Revisited: W. B. Yeats's `The Double Vision of Michael Robartes'." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 25.2 (1990): 14-28.

Kazuk, Al. "Bibliographical Update: Eliot and Yeats." Yeats Eliot Review 6.i and ii (1979): 54-56; 62-63.

Keane, Patrick J. "Don't (Do) Look Now: Hag-Iography and Anagnorisis in Yeats." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 166-187.

Keeble, Brian. "Myself Must I Remake: W. B. Yeats and Unity of Being." Studies in Mystical Literature 1 (1980): 154-85.

Kelly, John. "Yeatsian Magic and Rational Magic: An Uncollected Review of W. B. Yeats." Yeats Annual 3 (1985): 182-189.

Kerbaugh, J. L. "Yeats's `Sailing to Byzantium' and `The Tower': A Dialectic of Body and Intellect." Yeats Eliot Review: A Journal of Criticism and Scholarship 10.4 (1990): 90-94.

Khan, Nosheen. "Mary Borden's `Unidentified' and W. B. Yeats's `The Second Coming'." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles,Notes, and Reviews 4.1 (1991): 20-21.

Kiely, Declan. "Partnerships in Symbolic Book Craft: W. B. Yeats and His Cover Designers." Biblion: The Bulletin of The New York Public Library 8.2 (2000): 45-80.

Kinsella, Thomas. "W. B. Yeats, the British Empire, James Joyce and Mother Grogan." Irish University Review: A Journal of Irish Studies 22.1 (1992): 69-79.

Koritz, Amy. "Women Dancing: The Structure of Gender in Yeats's Early Plays for Dancers." Modern Drama 32.3 (1989): 387-400.

Krause, David. "The De-Yeatsification Cabal: Donoghue, Deane and Kiberd." Irish Literary Supplement: A Review of Irish Books. 8.1 (1989): 5-7.

Krause, David. "Joyce vs. Yeats?" Irish Literary Supplement: A Review of Irish Books. 9.2 (1990): 5-7.

Kruger, Kathryn Sullivan. "The Tarot in Yeats's Stories of Red Hanrahan." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 26.2 (1991): 62-77.

Kubal, David. "Our Last Literary Gentlemen: The Bourgeois Imagination." Bucknell Review 22.ii (1976): 27-49.

Kuch, Peter. "`For Poetry Makes Nothing Happen': The Poetry of Yeats and the Politics of Ireland." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 188-205.

Laity, Cassandra. "W. B. Yeats and Florence Farr: The Influence of the `New Woman' Actress on Yeats's Changing Images of Women." Modern Drama 28.4 (1985): 620-637.

Lapisardi, Frederick S. "`Certain Guiding Principles': Character Delineation Through Language in Yeats's Early Plays." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 72-88.

Larrissy, Edward. "Yeats's `Sailing to Byzantium' and Scott's Count Robert of Paris." Notes and Queries 42 (240).2 (1995): 210-11.

Lee, Se Soon. "W. B. Yeats's The Wanderings of Oisin." Yeats Journal of Korea 3-4 (1993): 1-11.

Lenoski, Daniel. "The Descent from the Mountain: A Study of the Relationship between the Aesthetic Theory of W. B. Yeats and His Post-1900 Change in Poetic Style." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 2.i (1976): 21-31.

Lenoski, Daniel. "The Symbolism of Rhythm in W. B. Yeats." Irish University Review 7 (1977): 201-12.

Lenoski, Daniel. "The Symbolism of Sound in W. B. Yeats: An Explanation." Etudes Irlandaises 3 (1978): 47-55.

Lenoski, Daniel. "W. B. Yeats and Celtic Spiritual Power." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 5.i (1979): 26-51.

Lenoski, Daniel. "Yeats, Eglinton, and Aestheticism." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 14.iv (1979): 91-108.

Lenoski, Daniel. "W. B. Yeats: God and Imagination." English Studies in Canada 6 (1980): 84-93.

Lerner, Laurence. "W. B. Yeats: Poet and Crank." Proceedings of the British Academy 49 (1963): 49-67.

Lessenich, Rolf. "Forms of Neopaganism from Blake to Yeats." Literaturwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch im Auftrage der Gorres- Gesellschaft 36 (1995): 159-75.

Levine, Herbert. "The Inner Drama of Yeats's Four Plays for Dancers." Colby Library Quarterly 16 (1980): 5-18.

Levine, Herbert J. "Teaching the Versions of `The Wild Swans at Coole'." Yeats 13 (1995): 72-80.

Lister, Raymond. "W. B. Yeats as an Editor of Blake." Blake Studies 1.11 (1969-1970): 123-138.

Little, Matthew. "The Lion's Tooth in Yeats's `Crazy Jane Grown Old Looks at the Dancers'." Yeats Eliot Review 6.i (1979): 51-53.

Litz, A. Walton. "`Love's Bitter Mystery': Joyce and Yeats." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 81-89.

Liu, Celestine W. "Yeat's `A Prayer for My Son'." Explicator 54.1 (1995): 26-29.

Londraville, Janis, and Richard Londraville. "The Stage Irishmen and Pseudo-Celtic Drama: Selection from the Correspondence between Frank Hugh O'Donnell and John Quinn." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 66-86.

Londraville, Richard. "The Dramatic Function of Yeats's Dreaming Back." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 7 (1989): 99-124.

Londraville, Richard. "The Unifying Dramatic Image in the Plays of W. B. Yeats." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 115-39.

Longenbach, James. "The Conditions of Music: Yeats, Symons, and the Politics of Symbolism." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 84-99.

Longley, Edna. "`It Is Time That I Wrote My Will': Anxieties of Influence and Succession." Yeats Annual 12 (1996): 117-62.

Lyons, F. S. L. "Turning around Ireland's Pivot [review of Richard Finneran's edition of Letters to W. B. Yeats]." (London) Times Literary Supplement 3 Feb. (1978): 114.

MacKillop, James. "Beurla on It: Yeats, Joyce, and the Irish Language." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 15.i (1980): 138-48.

Mahony, Christina Hunt. "The Shadowy Waters as Drama and John Todhunter's Isolt of Ireland." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 296-316.

Manganiello, Dominic. "Dante among the Moderns." Selecta: Journal of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages 1 (1980): 15-18.

Mann, Neil. "A Vision: Ideas of God and Man." Yeats Annual 8 (1991): 157-75.

Marken, Ronald. "Yeats's `Death': A Reading." Irish University Review 10 (1980): 244-50.

Marsh, Derick. "The Artist and the Tragic Vision: Themes in the Late Poetry of W. B. Yeats." Queen's Quarterly 74 (1967): 104-118.

Martin, Augustine. "Yeats Remembered." Irish Literary Supplement: A Review of Irish Books. 8.1 (1989): 7.

Martin, Augustine. "Heart Mysteries There." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 187-89.

Martin, Heather. "W. B. Yeats: More Realist Than Idealist." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 9.2 (1983): 77-80.

Martin, W. R. "A Note on Pater's The Renaissance and Some Later Yeats Poems." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 15.1 (1989): 20-22.

Martyniuk, Irene. "`Does the Imagination Dwell the Most upon a Woman Won or a Woman Lost?' The Tension between Feminism and Politics in the Poetry of William Butler Yeats." Yeats Eliot Review 15.1 (1997): 24-35.

Masel, Caroline. "The Tutelary You: A Reading of the Act of Address in Stevens, Yeats, and Eliot." New Comparison: A Journal of Comparative and General Literary Studies 9 (1990): 158-169.

Materer, Timothy. "W. B. Yeats, T. S. Eliot, and the Critique of Occultism in Four Quartets." Yeats Eliot Review: A Journal of Criticism and Scholarship 10.1 (1989): 1-4.

Maxwell, D. E. S. "Time's Strange Excuse: W. B. Yeats and the Poets of the Thirties." Journal of Modern Literature 4 (1975): 717-34.

McAlindon, T. "The Idea of Byzantium in William Morris and W. B. Yeats." Modern Philology 64 (1967): 307-319.

McCully, Karin. "Reinventing Yeats." Theater 23.1 (1992): 46-49.

McDermott, Don. "The Last Judgement on `The Second Coming'." Yeats Eliot Review: A Journal of Criticism and Scholarship 10.3 (1990): 70-73.

McDiarmid, Lucy. "Yeats and the Lettered Page." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 100-112.

McDowell, Colin. "`Heraldic Supporters': Minor Symbolism and the Integrity of A Vision." Yeats Annual 10 (1993): 207-17.

McDowell, Colin. "Yeats's `Vision' Papers: First Impressions." Yeats Annual 11 (1995): 157-70.

McDowell, Colin, and Timothy Materer. "Gyre and Vortex: W. B. Yeats and Ezra Pound." Twentieth Century Literature 31.4 (1985): 343.

McFadden, James J. "William Butler Yeats at Katharine Tynan's Home, Whitehall." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 8 (1990): 206-242.

McGrath, F. C. "Rose Alchemica: Pater Scrutinized and Alchemized." Yeats Eliot Review 5.ii (1978): 13-20.

McGuckian, Mary. "No Second Deirdre." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 209-10.

McKenna, Wayne. "W. B. Yeats, W. J. Turner and Edmund Dulac: The Broadsides and Poetry Broadcasts." Yeats Annual 8 (1991): 225-34.

Meihuizen, Nicholas. "Yeats, Jung and the Integration of Archetypes." Theoria: A Journal of Studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences 80 (1992): 101-16.

Metscher, Thomas. "W. B. Yeats: `Among School Children': A Textual Reading." Zeitschrift fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik 37.4 (1989): 297-309.

Meyers, Valerie (tr )., and Jeffrey Meyers (introd. & notes). "W. B. Yeats and the Irish Renaissance." Yeats Eliot Review: A Journal of Criticism and Scholarship 10.2 (1989): 45-51.

Miller, Liam. "W. B. Yeats and Stage Design at the Abbey Theatre." Malahat Review 16 (1970): 50-64.

Miner, Marylou, and Linda S. Siegel. "William Butler Yeats: Dyslexic?" Journal of Learning Disabilities 25.6 (1992): 372-75.

Monaghan, Megan. "Music, Dance and Yeats' Plays." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 222-24.

Montague, John. "Poetic Widow." The Southern Review 32.3 (1996): 556-60.

Moore, Thomas Sturge. "Do We or Do We Not, Know It? An Unpublished Essay on W. B. Yeats." Yeats Annual 4 (1986): 145-156.

Morgan, Carol. "The Eight-Line Stanza in Yeats's Poetry." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 7 (1989): 125-165.

Morris, Bruce. "Arthur Symons's Letters to W. B. Yeats: 1892-1902." Yeats Annual 5 (1987): 46-61.

Munro, John. "Arthur Symons and W. B. Yeats: The Quest for Compromise." Dalhousie Review 45 (1965): 137-152.

Murphy, William M. "In Memory of Alfred Pollexfen: W. B. Yeats and the Theme of Family." Irish University Review 1.i (1970): 31-47.

Myers, Stephen W. "Orality and the Written Word: The Antinomy of Energies in Yeats's Reveries over Childhood and Youth." Prose Studies: History, Theory, Criticism 12.1 (1989): 44-56.

Nauman, Jonathan. "Eliot and Yeats's Anti-Self: `Ego Dominus Tuus' and the Ghost of `Little Gidding'." Yeats Eliot Review: A Journal of Criticism and Scholarship 11.3 (1992): 67-68.

Neeper, L. Layne. "Yeats and the Poetics of Crisis." Notes on Modern Irish Literature 3 (1991): 13-21.

Nelson, James. "Elkin Mathews, W. B. Yeats, and the Celtic Movement in Literature." Journal of Modern Literature 14.1 (1987): 17-33.

Ni Dhomhnail, Nuala. "Mother Ireland, Gaming and the Ard Fheis." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 193-96.

Nitsche, Jessica, and Monica I. Parry. "Yeats' View of Power in `Leda and the Swan'." Notes on Contemporary Literature 22.5 (1992): 9-11.

North, Michael. "The Paradox of the Mausoleum: Public Monuments and the Early Aesthetics of W. B. Yeats." The Centennial Review 26.3 (1982): 221-238.

North, Michael. "The Ambiguity of Repose: Sculpture and the Public Art of W. B. Yeats." English Literary History 50.2 (1983): 379-400.

Northcutt, William M. "Gynocentrism and the Absurd: Sexual Contest in Yeats's At the Hawk's Well." Colby Quarterly 28.3 (1992): 155-63.

O hEithir, Breandan. "Yeats's Sources for the Matter of Ireland, II: Edain and Midhir." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 95-106.

O'Connor, Ulick. "Yeats and Poetic Drama." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 185-87.

O'Donnell, Mary. "Cuchulain on the Rampage: A Response to Yeats's Mythic Theatre." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 234-40.

O'Donnell, William H. "Yeats's Fictional Fathers in The Speckled Bird." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 15.ii (1980): 7-17.

O'Donnell, William H. "Portraits of W. B. Yeats: This Picture in the Mind's Eye." Yeats Annual 3 (1985): 81-103.

O'Donnell, William H. "Newly Identified Chapters for The Speckled Bird, 1897-8 Version: `The Lilies of the Lord'." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 147-175.

O'Donnell, William H. "Checklist of Portraits of W. B. Yeats." Yeats Annual 8 (1991): 184-98.

O'Donnell, William H. "Reading Yeats's Hand." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 87-94.

O'Driscoll, Robert, and Lorna Reynolds. "The Untilled Field of W. B. Yeats." Yeats Eliot Review 5.i (1978): 28-31.

Ogbaa, Kalu. "Yeats and the Irish Revolution." Commonwealth Quarterly 4.xv (1980): 1-12.

O'Hare, Colman. "'Even What I Alter Must Seem Traditional': W.. B. Yeats and 'Easter 1916'." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 24.1 (1998): 93-104.

O'Hara, Joan. "Yeats and the Abbey Theatre." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 204-05.

O'Keefe, Richard R. "Yeats's `Among School Children'." Explicator 49.4 (1991): 225-27.

Olahan, John. "Theatrical Production of Yeats." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 205-06.

Olney, James. "W. B. Yeats's Daimonic Memory." Sewanee Review 85 (1977): 583-603.

Olney, James. "Father and Son: J. B. Yeats and W. B. Yeats." South Atlantic Quarterly 79 (1980): 321-28.

Olney, James. "Sex and the Dead: Daimones of Yeats and Jung." Studies in the Literary Imagination 14.1 (1980): 43-60.

Oppel, Frances. "Yeats's Purgatory and Nietzsche's Eternal Return." AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association 82 (1994): 1-22.

Osteen, Mark. "Ellmann's Yeats: A Bibliography." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 137-144.

O'Toole, Fintan. "False Dream, Real Knives: Yeats Our Contemporary." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 172-81.

Parkin, Andrew. "Singular Voices: Monologue and Monodrama in the Plays of W. B. Yeats." Modern Drama 18 (1975): 141-52.

Parkinson, Thomas. "Fifty Years of Yeats Criticism (in Homage to Richard Ellmann)." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 107-15.

Parks, Lloyd. "The Influence of Villiers de l'Isle-Adam on W. B. Yeats." Nineteenth-Century French Studies 6 (1978): 258-76.

Patmore, Brigit. "Some Memories of W. B. Yeats." The Texas Quarterly 8.4 (1965): 152-164.

Patterson, Gertrude. "W. B. Yeats in the Theatre: The Challenge of the Poetic Play." Yeats Eliot Review 6.ii (1979): 29-40.

Pawlowski, Robert. "Yeats's `Upon a Dying Lady': Further Consideration." Yeats Eliot Review: A Journal of Criticism and Scholarship 10.3 (1990): 65-69.

Pearce, Donald. "Hours with the Domestic Sibyl: Remembering George Yeats." The Southern Review 28.3 (1992): 485-501.

Pearce, Howard. "Artist of Bones: Yeats's Calvary as Poem and Play." Modernist Studies 3 (1979): 19-33.

Pendleton, Thomas. "The Folly of Being Comforted: Three Versions and Three Voices." Wascana Review 15.i (1980): 87-95.

Perloff, Marjorie. "Heart Mysteries: The Later Love Lyrics of W. B. Yeats." Contemporary Literature 10 (1969): 266-283.

Perloff, Marjorie. "Between Hatred and Desire: Sexuality and Subterfuge in `A Prayer for My Daughter'." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 29-50.

Perloff, Marjorie. "Teaching Yeats's Sound Structures." Yeats 13 (1995): 81-90.

Perry, Susan. "The Tarot as Alternate Structure in Yeats's `The Circus Animals' Desertion'." Yeats Eliot Review 14.4 (1997): 11-17.

Peskin, S. G. "W. B. Yeats and Adam's Curse." Unisa English Studies 19.1 (1981): 11-17.

Peterson, Richard F. "The Crane and the Swan: Lennox Robinson and W. B. Yeats." Journal of Irish Literature 9.i (1980): 69-76.

Pethica, James. "Contextualising the Lyric Moment: Yeats's `The Happy Townland' and the Abandoned Play The Country of the Young." Yeats Annual 10 (1993): 65-91.

Pethica, James. "`No Man Knows What's Yet to Come': Yeats's Misplaced Final Revisions to `Three Songs to the One Burden'." Yeats 13 (1995): 237-45.

Peyton, Ann. "Yeats, Zen, and the Theatre of Enlightenment." South Asian Review 3 (1979): 54-59.

Pine, Richard. "Yeats, Friel and the Politics of Failure." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 154-71.

Profitt, Edward. "Yeats's 'The Second Coming'." Explicator 49.2 (1991): 104-05.

Pruitt, Raymond, and Virginia Pruitt. "W. B. Yeats on Old Age, Death, and Immortality." Colby Library Quarterly 24.1 (1988): 36-49.

Pruitt, Virginia. "Return from Byzantium: W. B. Yeats and `The Tower'." English Literary History 47 (1980): 149-57.

Pruitt, Virginia. "W. B. Yeats: Rage, Order, and the Mask." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 21.2 (1986): 141-146.

Pruitt, Virginia. "W. B. Yeats, Iseult Gonne, and the Mask." Yeats Eliot Review: A Journal of Criticism and Scholarship 10.2 (1989): 52-56.

Purdy, Dwight H. "Yeats's Bible." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 116-26.

Putzel, Steven. "Towards an Aesthetic of Folklore and Mythology: W. B. Yeats, 1888-1895." Southern Folklore Quarterly 44 (1980): 105-130.

Pyle, Hilary. "Men of Destiny - Jack B. and W. B. Yeats: The Background and the Symbols." Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 66 (1977): 188-213.

Pyle, Hilary. "Jack B. Yeats's Illustrations for His Brother." Yeats Annual 11 (1995): 77-86.

Quinn, Peter. "Yeats and Revolutionary Nationalism: The Centenary of '98." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 15.iii (1980): 47-64.

Raghu, A. "Yeats's `These Are the Clouds'." Explicator 49.3 (1991): 166-67.

Raghu, A. "Yeats's `Upon a House Shaken by the Land Agitation'." Explicator 49.2 (1991): 105-08.

Raghu, A. "Yeats's `The Second Coming'." Explicator 50.4 (1992): 224-25.

Raghu, A. "Yeats's `Mohini Chatterjee'." Explicator 51.3 (1993): 170-72.

Raghu, A. "Yeats's `Under Saturn'." Explicator 52.1 (1993): 39-40.

Rai, Rama Nand. "A Study of W. B. Yeats's A Vision." Journal of the School of Languages 6.i-ii (1978-1979): 34-41.

Ramazani, Jahan. "Yeats: Tragic Joy and the Sublime." PMLA 104.2 (1989): 163-177.

Ramazani, Jahan. "Genres of Yeats's Poetry." Yeats 13 (1995): 91-101.

Rea, Alan I. , Jr. "The Oscillating Other: Yeats's Attitude toward Women." Yeats Eliot Review 14.4 (1997): 2-10.

Regan, Stephen. "`Oil and Blood': Yeats's Return to the Nineties." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 184-193.

Richards, Shaun. "Yeats's Theatre and the Contemporary `Crisis of Nihilism'." Irish University Review 24.2 (1994): 198-211.

Richman, Robert. "Reclaiming Yeats." Commentary 88.6 (1989): 57-59.

Rickman, H. P. "The Rape of Leda." Contemporary Review 265.1544 (1994): 156-60.

Robinson, Peter. "Making Things Happen." Cambridge Quarterly 29.3 (2000): 237-66.

Roche, Anthony. "Yeats, Synge, and an Emerging Irish Drama." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 32-55.

Rocks, Sean. "On Doing Nothing." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 210-12.

Rogers, Brett. "Yeats's `Blood and the Moon'." Explicator 49.4 (1991): 224-25.

Romine, Scott. "Ella Wheeler Wilcox as a Source for W. B. Yeats's `The Choice'." Notes on Modern Irish Literature 4 (1992): 17-21.

Rosenthal, M. L. "The Quality of Yeats: `The Tower'." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 127-35.

Rosenthal, M. L. "On Teaching Yeats's `The Tower'." Yeats 13 (1995): 111-22.

Rushe, Desmond. "Meaning and Imagery in Producing the Plays of W. B. Yeats." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 230-33.

Ryan, Marybride. "The Paddler's Heritage: Yeats's Visit to St. Otteran's School, 1926." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 207-212.

Saddlemyer, Ann. "George, Ezra, Dorothy, and Friends: Twenty-Six Letters, 1918- 59." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 4-28.

Saddlemyer, Ann. "Poetry of Possession: Yeats and Crazy Jane." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 9 (1991): 136-58.

Sailer, Susan Shaw. "Time against Time: Myth in the Poetry of Yeats and Heaney." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 17.2 (1991): 54-63.

Sarang, Vilas. "W. B. Yeats: `The Four Ages of Man'." Notes and Queries 25 (1978): 327.

Scaife, Sara-Jane. "Body Language in Yeats' Plays." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 10 (1992): 214-16.

Schleifer, Ronald. "The Civility of Sorrow: Yeats's Daimonic Tragedy." Philological Quarterly 58 (1979): 219-35.

Schmitt, Natalie. "Dramatic Multitude and Mystical Experience: W. B. Yeats." Educational Theatre Journal 24 (1972): 149-58.

Schmitt, Natalie Crohn. "Ecstasy and Peak-Experience: W. B. Yeats, Marghanita Laski, and Abraham Maslow." Comparative Drama 28.2 (1994): 167-81.

Schmitt, Natalie Crohn. "`Haunted by Places': Landscape in Three Plays by W. B. Yeats." Comparative Drama 31.3 (1997): 337-66.

Schmitt, Natalie Crohn. "The Landscape Play: W. B. Yeats's Purgatory." Irish University Review 27.2 (1997): 262-75.

Schricker, Gale. "Old Nurse: W. B. Yeats and the Modern Fairy Tale." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 19.2 (1984): 38-54.

Schuchard, Ronald. "W. B. Yeats and the London Theatre Societies, 1901-1904." Review of English Studies 29 (1978): 415-46.

Schuchard, Ronald. "An Attendant Lord: H. W. Nevinson's Friendship with W. B. Yeats." Yeats Annual 7 (1989): 90-130.

Schuchard, Ronald, ed. "Essays in Memory of Richard Ellmann." Yeats Annual 7 (1990): 3-146.

Schuchard, Ronald. "Hawk and Butterfly: The Double Vision of The Wilds Swans at Coole (1917, 1919)." Yeats Annual 10 (1993): 111-34.

Schuchard, Ronald. "Yeats's Letters, Eliot's Lectures: Toward a New Focus on Annotation." Text: Transactions of the Society for Textual Scholarship 6 (1994): 287-306.

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Department of English
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June 19, 2002