Divining Poets: Yeats: A Quotable Deck from Turtle Point Press

Divining Poets: Yeats: A Quotable Deck from Turtle Point Press

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This concentrated dose of the mystical wisdom of W.B. Yeats offers pleasure and insight to all who partake of it. "For nothing can be sole or whole / That has not been rent."

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon carries on the influential tradition of Irish mystical poetry with the great words of William Butler Yeats. Yeats had a lifelong interest in Spiritualism; his work is rich in tarot and occult imagery. He asserted that a number of poems were "given" to him by supernatural powers. Yeats's fierce ideas and images, coupled with his exquisite sense of rhyme, make for quotes that seekers will want to commit to memory. As Paul Muldoon explains, this poet is "supremely positioned to help us make sense of both the things of this world, the Otherworld, and the vast region between."

The Divining Poets Quotable Deck Series: Elegant, boxed sets of seventy-eight cards à la tarot decks, with oracular quotes from the world's greatest visionary poets. Each card contains inspiring and provocative lines chosen for seekers to contemplate, memorize, or answer life questions. Complete with display stand and how-to instructions, this pocket-sized wisdom is perfect for the holiday season.

Author: William Butler Yeats
Publisher: Turtle Point Press
Published: 11/09/2021
Pages: 78
Binding Type: Other
Weight: 0.90lbs
Size: 5.30h x 4.00w x 1.50d
ISBN: 9781933527451

About the Author

William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) is Ireland's greatest poet and one of the finest poets of the 20th century. Yeats maintained an interest in Irish legends and heroes throughout his work, emphasizing imagination and energy, with a particular eye on the occult. He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923.

Poet and critic Paul Muldoon is originally from Northern Ireland. Formerly poetry editor of The New Yorker, he is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His poetry awards include the Pulitzer Prize and the Griffin Poetry Prize for Moy Sand and Gravel. He teaches writing at Princeton and lives in Manhattan and Sharon Springs, New York.

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