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by P. Kuch
Download Yeats and Ae fb2
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    P. Kuch
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    Barnes & Noble (January 1, 1986)
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    304 pages
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This book should certainly change history. Not sure why it hasn't entered the history books yet, but it should. Very well done and pose intriguing arguments.

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In 1914, Pound and Yeats had dinner with the last of the great Victorians. The main course: a roast peacock, arranged on a tray beside its full plumage. The guest list should come as a reproach to anyone who overvalues his literary fame, since, aside from Yeats and Pound, the other figures-including Blunt, a celebrity in his day-are all but forgotten: Victor Plarr, Thomas Sturge Moore, Richard Aldington, F. S. Flint.