Marjorie Howes' research is the 1st sustained try to research Yeats' non-stop look for political origins and cultural traditions throughout the newest paintings in postcolonial thought. She explores the complicated, usually contradictory methods Yeats' politics are refracted via his writing. Yeats' enthusiastic advocacy of the concept that of nationality clashed along with his distaste for the dominant and particular sorts of Irish id surrounding him. Her examine might be of curiosity to all drawn to Irish experiences, postcolonial concept, and the connection among nationalism and sexuality.

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