A Critical Edition of Yeats' ''A Vision'' by William Butler Yeats, George M. Harper, Walter K. Hood

By William Butler Yeats, George M. Harper, Walter K. Hood

1925. Contents: a packet for Ezra Pound; tales of Michael Robartes and his associates: an extract from a list made via his students; levels of moon; nice wheel; accomplished image; soul in judgment; nice 12 months of ancients; dove or swan; all soul's evening, an epilogue. With many figures and illustrations.

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The Dance of the Four Royal Persons is one of the names for the first figure drawn by the Judwali elders for the instruction of youth and is identical with the " Great Wheel " of Giraldus. I am inclined to see in the story of its origin a later embodiment of a story that it was the first diagram drawn upon the sand by the wife of Kusta ben Luka, and that its connection with the lunar phases, the movements and the nature of the Four Faculties and their general application to the facts of human life, were fully explained before its geometrical composition was touched upon.

If man seeks to live wholly in the light, the Daimon will seek to quench that light in what is to man wholly darkness, and there is conflict and Mask and Body of Fate become evil; when however in antithetical man the Daimonic mind is permitted to flow through the events of his life (the Daimonic Creative Mind) and so to animate his Creative Mind, without putting out its light, there is Unity of Being. A man becomes passionate and this passion makes the Daimonic thought luminous with its peculiar light—this is the object of the Daimon—and she so creates a very personal form of heroism or of poetry.

Nobody could explain them or say who made them, but when I discovered that an unknown tribe of Arabs had camped near by a couple of nights before and that they had moved in a northerly direction, I took the first opportunity of plunging into the desert in pursuit. I went from tribe to tribe for several months, learnt nothing and found myself at last in a remote town where, thanks to a small medicine chest which I always carry, I became first doctor, and then a kind of steward to an Arab chief or petty king.

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