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W. B. Yeats's 'The Secret Rose' stands as a testament to the eminent poet's foray into the realm of prose, imbued with lyrical mysticism and the rich heritage of Irish folklore. The collection of stories within the volume weaves together an intricate tapestry of myth and magic, grounding abstract philosophical musings in tangible narrative form. The literary style of Yeats here is marked by a poetic sensibility and a deep-seated preoccupation with the universal themes of love, death, and eternity, rendered through the prism of Celtic tradition. The work resonates with the symbolist and romantic movements of Yeats's era, placing it within a broader literary context that explores the spiritual and unseen aspects of the human experience.

William Butler Yeats, exemplar of modernist poetry and one of the founders of the Irish Literary Revival, draws upon his profound connection with Irish myth and esotericism to foster a link between the ancient past and the then-emerging Irish identity. 'The Secret Rose' is no mere compendium of tales; it is a deliberate and contemplative reflection of an author steeped in theosophy and the occult. Yeats's dedication to revivifying the cultural narratives of Ireland can be seen as both a personal and political undertaking, intertwining his own intellectual journey with that of his nation's resurgence.

This definitive edition of 'The Secret Rose' is recommended for both aficionados of Yeats's poetry and newcomers to his prose. Readers will find themselves transported to a world that balances on the edge of dream and reality, where the mystical is commonplace, and the search for truth is adorned in layers of allegory and symbol. DigiCat Publishing's thoughtful reproduction offers a seamless blend of classic literature with contemporary accessibility, inviting contemporary readers to partake in the enduring legacy of one of Ireland's most venerated literary figures.


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W. B. Yeats
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The Secret Rose
Biografía del Autor
<p>William Butler Yeats, born on June 13, 1865, in Sandymount, Ireland, is a towering figure in 20th-century literature. A versatile writer of the Irish Literary Revival, Yeats\'s work spans poetry, drama, and prose. His first significant publication, \'The Secret Rose\' (1897), portrays an idealized version of an Ireland steeped in mythical overtones and informed by its folk traditions. Yeats\'s literary style evolved from the romantic symbolism of his early years to the more modernist approach of his later work. As a poet, Yeats is best known for his intricate symbolism, his exploration of human psychology, and the deeply personal yet universal themes in his work. His contributions were acknowledged globally when he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1923, with the Nobel committee highlighting his \'inspired poetry, which in a highly artistic form gives expression to the spirit of a whole nation.\' Beyond his writing, Yeats played a significant role in the cultural life of Ireland, including his involvement with the Abbey Theatre, which he co-founded. Yeats passed away on January 28, 1939, but his legacy endures, not only in his remarkable literary accomplishments but also in his profound impact on Irish identity and the broader landscape of English literature. His work continues to be celebrated and studied for its rich language, mystical vision, and profound insight into the human condition. (Foster, R. F. \'W. B. Yeats: A Life,\' Oxford University Press, 2003.)</p>
ISBN: 8596547181545
Referencia: BW1037921077

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