Yeats and the Visual Arts

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Syracuse University Press, 1 Μαρ 2003 - 264 σελίδες
This volume traces Yeats fascination with the visual arts and their influence on his poetry. Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux demonstrates how the influences in Yeats' early years, especially his interest in Pre-Raphaelite painting, helped shape his aesthetic theory and practice as a poet. She argues that the analogies Yeats often used between the visual arts and literature provide an apt way to characterize his own work. In the early verse, the governing analogy is poem-as-painting; later, influenced by his work inthe theatre, Yeats writes poems analogous to the three-dimensional forms of sculpture. Loizeaux's thorough documentation and scholarly approach make her book a useful contribution to our understanding of Yeats' poetry.
 

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Introduction
1
Yeats and the PreRaphaelites
5
Poems and Pictures Yeatss Early Poetic Theory
35
Poetry of Vision Yeatss Early Poetic Regions
51
From Painted Stage to Sculpted Image The Theater Years
87
Our More Profound PreRaphaelitism A Vision and the Visual Arts
116
Picture and Book Remain The Visual Arts in the Later Poetry
134
Notes
192
Index
228
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