Writings of W. B. Yeats: Index

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[ *This file contains all the poems given in alphabetical order by title. It is not to be confused with the Collected Poems of W. B. Yeats (1950) - which is the authoritative edition. Resemblance to more recent editions is accidental. ]

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Prose Works
Fiction works

Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry
  (1888)
The Celtic Twilight (1902; rev. edn.)

Stories of Red Hanrahan (1905)
Additional stories (separately printed)
“Rosa Alchemica” (1897)
“The Tables of the Law” (1897)
“The Adoration of the Magi” (1897)
Edited anthologies
Fairy and Folktales of the Irish Peasantry (1888)  
Essays & Introductions
Intro., Representative Irish Tales (1891)
Intro., William Blake (1893)
“Best Irish Books” (Feb. 1895)
Notes on fairies in Wind Among the Reeds (1899)
“Symbolism” (1900)
“If I Were Four and Twenty” (from Auotbiographies, 1955)
Writings on William Blake
Preface to Lady Gregory, Cuchulain of Muirthemne (1902) Preface to Lady Gregory, Gods and Fighting Men (1904)
“What is ‘Popular Poetry’?” (1901)
“Modern Irish Poetry” (1904)
“Poetry and Tradition” (1907)
“The Tragic Theatre” (1910)
On “Parnell’s Funeral” (in The King of the Great Clock Tower, 1934) “A General Introduction for My Work” (1935)



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Poetry
Poems [alphabetically by title]
A “An Acre of Grass” ... &c. N “A Nativity” ... &c. W “Words for Music, Perhaps” ... &c.
C “Colonel Martin” ... &c. Q “Quarrel in Old Age” ... &c.   ...
F “Friends” ... &c. T “These are the Clouds” ... &c.   ...
J “John Kinsella’s Lament” ... &c. U “The Unappeasable Host” (1896)... &c.   Complete Poems: A-Z*

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Drama (plays & dramatic poems)

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