Snyder is of German, Scots-Irish, and English ancestry.
Yeats remained involved with the Abbey until his death, both as a member of the board and a prolific playwright. Inhe helped set up the Dun Emer Press to publish work by writers associated with the Revival.
This became the Cuala Press inand inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement, sought to "find work for Irish hands in the making of beautiful things. Yeats met the American poet Ezra Pound in Pound had travelled to London at least partly to meet the older man, whom he considered "the only poet worthy of serious study.
He would often visit and stay there as it was a central meeting place for people who supported the resurgence of Irish literature and cultural traditions.
His poem, " The Wild Swans at Coole " was written there, between and Cuchulain of Muirthemneand Gods and Fighting Men In the preface of the later he wrote: However, as his life progressed, he sheltered much of his revolutionary spirit and distanced himself from the intense political landscape untilwhen he was appointed Senator for the Irish Free State.
In the s Yeats was fascinated with the authoritarian, anti-democratic, nationalist movements of Europe, and he composed several marching songs for the far right Blueshirtsalthough they were never used. He was a fierce opponent of individualism and political liberalism, and saw the fascist movements as a triumph of public order and the needs of the national collective over petty individualism.
On the other hand, he was also an elitist who abhorred the idea of mob-rule, and saw democracy as a threat to good governance and public order.
His rival John MacBride had been executed for his role in the Easter Risingso Yeats hoped that his widow might remarry. Yeats proposed in an indifferent manner, with conditions attached, and he both expected and hoped she would turn him down.
According to Foster "when he duly asked Maud to marry him, and was duly refused, his thoughts shifted with surprising speed to her daughter.
When Maud told her that she was going to marry, Iseult cried and told her mother that she hated MacBride. At fifteen, she proposed to Yeats. Inhe proposed to Iseult, but was rejected. Despite warnings from her friends—"George He must be dead"—Hyde-Lees accepted, and the two were married on 20 October.
The couple went on to have two children, Anne and Michael.
Although in later years he had romantic relationships with other women, Georgie herself wrote to her husband "When you are dead, people will talk about your love affairs, but I shall say nothing, for I will remember how proud you were. The spirits communicated a complex and esoteric system of philosophy and history, which the couple developed into an exposition using geometrical shapes: Inhe wrote to his publisher T.
His reply to many of the letters of congratulations sent to him contained the words: As he remarked, "The theatres of Dublin were empty buildings hired by the English traveling companies, and we wanted Irish plays and Irish players. When we thought of these plays we thought of everything that was romantic and poetical, because the nationalism we had called up—the nationalism every generation had called up in moments of discouragement—was romantic and poetical.
For the first time he had money, and he was able to repay not only his own debts, but those of his father. He had been appointed to the first Irish Senate inand was re-appointed for a second term in In response, Yeats delivered a series of speeches that attacked the "quixotically impressive" ambitions of the government and clergy, likening their campaign tactics to those of "medieval Spain.
This conviction has come to us through ancient philosophy and modern literature, and it seems to us a most sacrilegious thing to persuade two people who hate each other You will put a wedge in the midst of this nation". Inhe chaired a coinage committee charged with selecting a set of designs for the first currency of the Irish Free State.
Towards the end of his life—and especially after the Wall Street Crash of and Great Depressionwhich led some to question whether democracy could cope with deep economic difficulty—Yeats seems to have returned to his aristocratic sympathies.
During the aftermath of the First World War, he became sceptical about the efficacy of democratic government, and anticipated political reconstruction in Europe through totalitarian rule.
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