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From the Publisher"R. F. Foster has made us more strongly aware of Yeats's inheritances from that Victorian Ireland so brightly and distinctly evoked in Words Alone."
—The New Republic
"This richly atmospheric book both complicates and enhances our view of history and Yeats's place in it. By the simple virtue of its own excellence, it deserves a wide readership."
—Adam O'Riordian, The Independent
"Foster's Yeatsian backward look proves irresistible."
—Times Literary Supplement
"Illuminating...Foster writes out of impeccable research and solid grounding; luckily for us, he wears his learning lightly and expresses it in a clear and sometimes witty style."—Common Knowledge