- Title Pages
- Figures and Table
- 1 “Something Intended, Complete”: Major Work on Yeats Past, Present, and Yet to Come
- 2 Ghost, Medium, Criminal, Genius: Lombrosian Types in Yeats’s Art and Philosophy
- 3 “Born Anew”: W. B. Yeats’s “Eastern” Turn in the 1930s
- 4 W. B. Yeats, Dream, Vision, and the Dead
- 5 Yeats, the Great Year, and Pierre Duhem
- 6 The Morphological Interaction of the <i>Four Faculties</i> in the Historical System of W. B. Yeats’s <i>A Vision</i>
- 7 Yeats and Abstraction: From Berkeley to Zen
- Appendix I Annotations in the Writings of Walter Savage Landor in the Yeatses’ Library
- Appendix II Yeats’s Notes on Leo Frobenius’s <i>The Voice of Africa</i> (1913)
- Yeats, Philosophy, and the Occult
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