The most influential poet of his age, Yeats eluded the grasp of many who sought to explain him. In this classic critical examination of the poet, Richard Ellmann strips away the masks of his subject: occultist, senator of the Irish Free State, libidinous old man, and Nobel Prize winner.
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Pub Date: 02/2000
Size: 8.23h x 5.48w x 0.84d