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Gould, Warwick

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Most widely held works by Warwick Gould
Yeats's mask a special issue by Margaret Mills Harper( )

6 editions published between 2009 and 2013 in English and held by 1,013 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The collected letters of W.B. Yeats by W. B Yeats( Book )

in English and held by 1,002 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The living stream : essays in memory of A. Norman Jeffares by Terence Brown( )

13 editions published between 2013 and 2015 in English and held by 900 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Yeats Annual No. 18 is another special issue in this renowned research-level series offering a tribute to the pioneering Yeats scholar, A. Norman Jeffares. Memories of the man are shared by Seamus Heaney, Christopher Rush and Colin Smythe, who compiles a bibliography of Jeffares's work. Terence Brown, Neil Corcoran, Warwick Gould, Joseph M. Hassett, Phillip L. Marcus, Ann Saddlemyer, Ronald Schuchard, Deirdre Toomey and Helen Vendler offer essays on such topics as Yeats and the Colours of Poetry, Yeats's Shakespeare, Yeats and Seamus Heaney, Lacrimae Rerum and Tragic Joy, Raftery's work on Yeats's Thoor Ballylee, Edmund Dulac's portrait of Mrs George Yeats, The Tower as an anti-Modernist monument, with close studies of 'Vacillation', 'Her Triumph', and 'The Cold Heaven'. Throughout, the essays are inflected with memories of Jeffares and his critical methods. The volume is rounded with further essays on A Vision by Neil Mann and Matthew de Forrest, while reviews of recent editions and studies are provided by Matthew Campbell, Wayne K. Chapman, Sandra Clark, Denis Donoghue, Nicholas Grene, Joseph M. Hassett, and K.P.S. Jochum."--Publisher's website
The secret rose : stories by W. B Yeats( Book )

15 editions published between 1981 and 1992 in English and held by 639 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Unsigned binding design by Althea Gyles in gold on smooth dark blue cloth. Includes frontispiece and 6 b/w illustrations after John Butler Yeats (the author's father). A collection of 17 short stories blending Irish with Rosicrucian characters and themes. Gyles' masterpiece shows influences of both the Pre-Raphaelite and Symbolist movements. The front cover design is the Tree of Life, with its roots entwined in the skeleton of a dead knight and its crown displaying three roses (echoing the central rose representing a 'rosy cross' at the tree's 'heart'), The tree is composed of Celtic interlace that culminates in an image of kissing lovers. The spine design is that of Lug's spear (symbol of desire) enwreathed with poppies and immersed in a bowl of sleeping potion. The design on the rear cover is of the alchemical rose, a rose-cross contained in a diamond-like configuration of pointed spears and a circle (a 'squared circle'). Second binding issue, on smooth rather than ribbed cloth with publisher "A.H. Bullen" at the base of the spine. There were thought to be approximately 1000 copies of this issue. Althea Gyles (1868-1949) was a gifted artist, designer and poet who studied at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. She met W.B. Yeats in 1891, and became, with Yeats, an adherent of the Order of the Golden Dawn, an organization devoted to the study and practice of the occult, metaphysics, and paranormal activities. Gyles' works in Symbolism derive from the cabalistic iconography of the Golden Dawn's second order of Rosae Rubeae et Aureae Crucis (the Ruby Rose and Cross of Gold). Her ability to use abstract means to express the truth as she saw it, makes her work one of the vanguards of Modernism. Gyles is best known for her binding designs for Yeats including The Secret Rose (1897), Poems (1899) and The Wind Among the Reeds (1899). -- Austin Abbey Rare Books
Essays in honour of Eamonn Cantwell by Jad Adams( )

12 editions published between 2016 and 2017 in English and held by 631 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This number of Yeats Annual collects the essays resulting from the University College Cork/ESB International Annual W.B. Yeats Lectures Series (2003-2008) by Roy Foster, Warwick Gould, John Kelly, Paul Muldoon, Bernard O'Donoghue and Helen Vendler. Those that were available in pamphlet form are now collectors' items, but here is the complete series. These revised essays cover such themes as Yeats and the Refrain, Yeats as a Love Poet, Yeats, Ireland and Europe, the puzzles he created and solved with his art of poetic sequences, and his long and crucial interaction with the emerging T.S. Eliot. The series was inaugurated by a study of Yeats and his Books, which marked the gift to the Boole Library, Cork, of Dr Eamonn Cantwell's collection of rare editions of books by Yeats (here catalogued by Crónán Ó Doibhlin). Many of the volume's fifty-six plates offer images of artists' designs and resulting first editions. This bibliographical theme is continued with Colin Smythe's census of surviving copies of Yeats's earliest separate publication, Mosada (1886) and a resultant piece by Warwick Gould on that dramatic poem's source in the legend of The Phantom Ship. John Kelly reveals Yeats's ghost-writing for Sarah Allgood; Geert Lernout discovers the source for Yeats's 'Tulka', Günther Schmigalle unearths his surprising connexions with American communist colonists in Virginia, while Deirdre Toomey edits some new letters to the French anarchist, Auguste Hamon--all providing new annotation for standard editions. The volume is rounded with review essays by Colin McDowell (on A Vision, and Berkeley, Hone and Yeats), shorter reviews of current studies by Michael Edwards, Jad Adams and Deirdre Toomey, and obituaries of Jon Stallworthy (Nicolas Barker) and Katharine Worth (Richard Cave)."--Publisher's website
Yeats's legacies by Warwick Gould( )

11 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 625 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The two great Yeats Family Sales of 2017 and the legacy of the Yeats family's 80-year tradition of generosity to Ireland's great cultural institutions provide the kaleidoscope through which these advanced research essays find their theme. Hannah Sullivan's brilliant history of Yeats's versecraft challenges Poundian definitions of Modernism; Denis Donoghue offers unique family memories of 1916 whilst tracing the political significance of the Easter Rising; Anita Feldman addresses Yeats's responses to the Rising's appropriation of his symbols and myths, the daring artistry of his ritual drama developed from Noh, his poetry of personal utterance, and his vision of art as a body reborn rather than a treasure preserved amid the testing of the illusions that hold civilizations together in ensuing wars. Warwick Gould looks at Yeats as founding Senator in the new Free State, and his valiant struggle against the literary censorship law of 1929 (with its present-day legacy of Irish anti-blasphemy law still presenting a constitutional challenge). Drawing on Gregory Estate documents, James Pethica looks at the evictions which preceded Yeats's purchase of Thoor Ballylee in Galway; Lauren Arrington looks back at Yeats, Ezra Pound, and the Ghosts of The Winding Stair (1929) in Rapallo. Having co-edited both versions of A Vision, Catherine Paul offers some profound reflections on 'Yeats and Belief'. Grevel Lindop provides a pioneering view of Yeats's impact on English mystical verse and on Charles Williams who, while at Oxford University Press, helped publish the Oxford Book of Modern Verse. Stanley van der Ziel looks at the presence of Shakespeare in Yeats's Purgatory. William H. O'Donnell examines the vexed textual legacy of his late work, On the Boiler while Gould considers the challenge Yeats's intentionalism posed for once-fashionable post-structuralist editorial theory. John Kelly recovers a startling autobiographical short story by Maud Gonne. While nine works of current biographical, textual and literary scholarship are reviewed, Maud Gonne is the focus of debate for two reviewers, as are Eva Gore-Booth, Constance and Casimir Markievicz, Rudyard Kipling, David Jones, T.S. Eliot and his presence on the radio. --
Joachim of Fiore and the myth of the Eternal Evangel in the nineteenth century by Marjorie Reeves( Book )

15 editions published between 1986 and 2001 in English and held by 373 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Modernist writers and the marketplace by Warren L Chernaik( Book )

20 editions published between 1995 and 1996 in English and held by 311 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Modernist Writers and the Marketplace is a new research-level collection devoted to an exciting area in the history of the book. Focusing on Henry James, W.B. Yeats, Joseph Conrad, D.H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, Ezra Pound, Wyndham Lewis and the culture of the little magazine of the period, eleven contributors from six countries demonstrate new developments in the sociology of texts, the practice of literary biography, and textual criticism
Writing the lives of writers by Warwick Gould( Book )

13 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 252 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Writing the Lives of Writers ponders that strange ventriloquized dialogue between biographers and their subjects, a dialogue all the stranger when the subject is a writer. It contains 22 essays by internationally distinguished scholars and biographers including Martin C. Battestin, Isobel Grundy, John Haffenden, Hermione Lee, Lawrence Lipking, Ray Monk, Hazel Rowley, Max Saunders, Martin Stannard and John Worthen. They tackle the lives of Chaucer, Tyndale, More, Fielding and Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Wordsworth, Henry James, Ford Madox Ford, Yeats, Lawrence, Dorothy Richardson, Virginia Woolf, Malcolm Lowry, F.R. Leavis, Richard Wright and Brian Penton
Joachim of Fiore and the myth of the Eternal Evangel in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by Warwick Gould( Book )

12 editions published between 2001 and 2004 in English and held by 225 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This title offers a 'map' of the influence of the original theology of Joachim of Fiore. It confirms the deep structures of visions of the future while questioning the persistence of Joachimist themes in the 20th-century fin de siècle
Yeats annual by Richard Ellmann( Book )

28 editions published between 1985 and 2001 in English and Undetermined and held by 137 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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Mythologies by W. B Yeats( Book )

8 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in English and held by 122 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Mythologies is the definitive edition of W. B. Yeats's folklore and early prose fiction, edited according to Yeats's final textual instructions. Its extensive annotation makes luminous Yeats's 'fibrous darkness', that 'matrix out of which everything has come', by comprehensively dealing with oral and written sources, abandoned and unpublished writings. The documentation is especially designed to acknowledge Yeats's strategies of self-allusion and the special role folkloric prose plays in relation to his poetry, drama, autobiographical writings, speculative prose, essays and letters."--BOOK JACKET
Yeats's poems by W. B Yeats( Book )

24 editions published between 1989 and 2017 in English and Undetermined and held by 104 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

William Butler Yeats is considered Ireland's greatest poet. He is one of the most significant literary figures of the twentieth century. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923. This is the definitive collection of his poems, encompassing the full range of his powers, from the love lyrics to the political poems, from poems meditating on the bliss of youth, to the verse that rails against old age. A detailed notes section and full appendix provide an invaluable key to the poems as well as biographical information on the life of the poet and a guide to his times. The collection includes Yeats's fourteen books of lyrical poems, his narrative and dramatic poetry, and his own notes on individual poems
Yeats's mask : Yeats annual no. 19, a special issue( )

2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 93 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Yeats's Mask, Yeats Annual No. 19 is a special issue in this renowned research-level series. Fashionable in the age of Wilde, the Mask changes shape until it emerges as Mask in the system of A Vision. Chronologically tracing the concept through Yeats's plays and those poems written as 'texts for exposition' of his occult thought which flowers in A Vision itself (1925 and 1937), the volume also spotlights 'The Mask before The Mask' numerous plays including Cathleen Ni-Houlihan, The King's Threshold, Calvary, The Words upon the Window-pane, A Full Moon in March and The Death of Cuchulain. There are excurses into studies of Yeats's friendship with the Oxford don and cleric, William Force Stead, his radio broadcasts, the Chinese contexts for his writing of 'Lapis Lazuli'. His self-renewal after The Oxford Book of Modern Verse, and the key occult epistolary exchange 'Leo Africanus', edited from MSS by Steve L. Adams and George Mills Harper, is republished from the elusive Yeats Annual No. 1 (1982). The essays are by David Bradshaw, Michael Cade-Stewart, Aisling Carlin, Warwick Gould, Margaret Mills Harper, Pierre Longuenesse, Jerusha McCormack, Neil Mann, Emilie Morin, Elizabeth Müller and Alexandra Poulain, with shorter notes by Philip Bishop and Colin Smythe considering Yeats's quatrain upon remaking himself and the pirate editions of The Land of Heart's Desire. Ten reviews focus on various volumes of the Cornell Yeats MSS Series, his correspondence with George Yeats, and numerous critical studies."--Publisher's website
The secret rose : stories by W.B. Yeats : a variorum edition by W. B Yeats( Book )

8 editions published between 1981 and 1992 in English and Undetermined and held by 82 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is a reissue of a much-admired variorum edition of Yeats's stories. 'This edition, which includes previously unpublished texts, gives a text history, which establishes once and for all the extent to which Yeats's work was modified by editors. Truly definitive. Indispensible for any major collection, including public libraries.' Library Journal
Yeats annual no 6 by Warwick Gould( )

18 editions published between 1985 and 2016 in Undetermined and English and held by 74 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Yeats Annual is the leading international research-level journal devoted to the greatest twentieth-century poet in the English language. In this number there are new essays on Yeats's theatre by leading scholars such as Richard Allen Cave, Gregory N. Eaves and Masaru Sekine, while scholars from nine countries including Peter L. Caracciolo and Paul Edwards, Maneck H. Daruwala, William F. Halloran, Elisabeth Heine and Colleen MacKenna address such matters as 'Yeats and Maud Gonne: Marriage and the Astrological Record, 1908-9', Yeats's relations with Fiona Macleod and with Wyndham Lewis, the Ghost of Wordsworth, Philip Larkin and Seamus Heaney. There are new essays on A Vision , shorter bibliographical notes and reviews of ten new studies
Studies on W.B. Yeats : [colloque international, Caen, 10-11 novembre 1989] by Raymonde Alluin-Popot( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 64 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dans ce recueil convergent différents regards sur la poésie de W.B. Yeats. Ces pages le situent par rapport à d'autres poètes comme MacNeice. Elles nous promènent aussi des premiers volumes, où l'espace de l'écriture devient l'écriture de l'espace, à Responsabilities, volume qui témoigne d'une intensité qu'Ezra Pound qualifie de "robustesse nouvelle", puis à travers les thèmes sexuels, politiques et esthétiques de Michael Robartes and the Dancer. Nous abordons ensuite les grands poèmes de la maturité avec The Tower. Cet ouvrage envisage également des sujets généraux, comme l'importance de la tradition pour Yeats, sa conception de l'au-delà avec la dette envers l'Inde en particulier, son attitude face à la dégénérescence, sa vision de l'Apocalypse avec le symbole de la spirale. D'autres études se concentrent sur certains grands poèmes tels que "The Circus Animais Desertion", qui tisse ensemble et la vie et l'art, ou "Lapis Lazuli" et la notion de "joie tragique."
Yeats's mask by Warwick Gould( )

11 editions published between 1900 and 2015 in English and Undetermined and held by 61 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Yeats's Mask, Yeats Annual No. 19 is a special issue in this renowned research-level series. Fashionable in the age of Wilde, the Mask changes shape until it emerges as Mask in the system of A Vision. Chronologically tracing the concept through Yeats's plays and those poems written as 'texts for exposition' of his occult thought which flowers in A Vision itself (1925 and 1937), the volume also spotlights 'The Mask before The Mask' numerous plays including Cathleen Ni-Houlihan, The King's Threshold, Calvary, The Words upon the Window-pane, A Full Moon in March and The Death of Cuchulain. There are excurses into studies of Yeats's friendship with the Oxford don and cleric, William Force Stead, his radio broadcasts, the Chinese contexts for his writing of 'Lapis Lazuli'. His self-renewal after The Oxford Book of Modern Verse, and the key occult epistolary exchange 'Leo Africanus', edited from MSS by Steve L. Adams and George Mills Harper, is republished from the elusive Yeats Annual No. 1 (1982). The essays are by David Bradshaw, Michael Cade-Stewart, Aisling Carlin, Warwick Gould, Margaret Mills Harper, Pierre Longuenesse, Jerusha McCormack, Neil Mann, Emilie Morin, Elizabeth Müller and Alexandra Poulain, with shorter notes by Philip Bishop and Colin Smythe considering Yeats's quatrain upon remaking himself and the pirate editions of The Land of Heart's Desire. Ten reviews focus on various volumes of the Cornell Yeats MSS Series, his correspondence with George Yeats, and numerous critical studies
The collected letters of W.B. Yeats by W. B Yeats( Book )

15 editions published between 1996 and 2004 in English and held by 55 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The InteLex Past Masters English Letters database The Collected Letters of W.B. Yeats will contain the complete edition of a projected fifteen volumes, edited by John Kelly, from Oxford University Press
Gioacchino da Fiore e il mito dell'Evangelo eterno nella cultura europea by Marjorie Reeves( Book )

7 editions published in 2000 in Italian and held by 50 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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