“Something that I read in a book”: W. B. Yeats’s Annotations at the National Library of Ireland: vol. 1: Reading Notes
This book is a resource to enable scholars and students in Yeats studies to explore the materials in his library, which, together with his unpublished papers and manuscripts, forms part of the writer’s archive in the National Library. Generally, this first volume describes the evidence that he and his wife, George, left in books by other authors, including extensive indications of close reading and thinking on a surprising range of subjects.
Wayne K. Chapman (College of Architecture, Arts & Humanities, Clemson University (United States))
- Clemson University Press
- 296 pages
- United States
- Literary reference works