Yeats on Theatre
W. B. Yeats is recognised globally as a poet; but in his Nobel address, he singled out his work in the theatre as his main accomplishment. Yeats on Theatre restores Yeats not only a playwright, but as a thinker whose understanding of theatre was in advance of his own time.
Christopher Morash (Trinity College Dublin)
- Cambridge University Press
- 300 pages
- United Kingdom
- Literary studies: plays & playwrights