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Yeats's Mask

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Margaret Mills Harper
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Warwick Gould

List of Illustrations

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1Cover Image: Taken from the cover design of Wheels and Butterflies (London: Macmillan, 1934), artist unknown. See pp. 369–78. Image in the public domain.

2Frontispiece: W. B. Yeats in the New College, Oxford, rooms of G. K. Chettur, late 1919 or early 1920. Photograph by G. K. Chettur, and reproduced from his The Last Enchantment: Recollections of Oxford (Mangalore: The B. M.

3Bookshop, 1934, facing p. 40). Image in the public domain.

4Plates

51. Plaster cast of mask of W. B. Yeats by Kathleen Scott (née Bruce, later Lady Kennet), 1907. 17 1/2 in. (445 mm) high. Photograph courtesy and © The National Portrait Gallery, London. All rights reserved. 20

62. The ‘Palatium Arcanorum’, frontispiece of Christian Knorr von Rosenroth’s Kabbala Denudata seu Doctrina Hebræorum transcendentalis et metaphysica atque theological etc., 1677. Photograph courtesy and © The British Library. All rights reserved. 42

73 a-b. Yeats at the Microphone, very probably March 1937. Photographs of unknown authorship, courtesy Colin Smythe. Images in the public domain. 215

84. Yeats’s Lapis Lazuli mountain (given to him by Harry Clifton, and the inspiration of the poem ‘Lapis Lazuli’), front view. Photograph courtesy and © of the National Library of Ireland. All rights reserved. 260

95. Mi Fu Honouring a Rock. Photograph courtesy and © of the Shanghai Museum. All rights reserved. 270

106. Detail from “Ting Qin Tu”: Listening to the Qin, attributed to the Emperor Song Huizong (11th Century). Image in the public domain. See http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Songhuizong8.jpg 274

117. Writing on a rock-face in Huangshan, Anhui Province. Photograph © H. K. Tang, CC BY-NCND license. See: http://www.flickr.com/​photos/​ehktang/​4066986112/​ 275

128. Back side of Yeats’s Lapis Lazuli mountain, with poem circled. Photograph courtesy and © of the National Library of Ireland. All rights reserved. 277

139. First page of Lily Yeats’s letter to her American friend, Clara Brachvogel. Image in the public domain. 341

1410. Photostat copy by Colin Smythe of inscribed front free endpaper of Lady Gregory’s lost bookplate copy of Yeats’s Poems, 1899–1905. Image in the public domain. 344

1511. W. B. Yeats’s poem as inscribed in the Mosher Press edition of The Land of Heart’s Desire (1908). Image in the public domain. 344

1612. Yeats’s inscription in The King’s ThresholdA Play in Verse (New York: Printed for Private Circulation [John Quinn], 1904). Courtesy Yeats Estate and Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. Image in the public domain. 345

1713. Top page of John Quinn’s set of the Cuala proofs of Twenty-One Poems written by Lionel Johnson: Selected by William Butler Yeats (1904), inscribed by Yeats and his two sisters. Lily Yeats’s comment is ‘Not to be pirated, Oct 27th. 1904.’ Photograph courtesy and © private collector, all rights reserved. 349

1814 a-f. Images of various states and editions of In the Land of Heart’s Desire [sic] published by the Thomas Y. Crowell Company of New York, c.1905 and later. Portrait by John Butler Yeats, remaining artwork of unknown authorship. Images in the public domain. 350-53

1915 a-b. Images of The Land of Heart’s Desire [?1904]. Images in the public domain. 355

2016 a-b. Images of The Land of Heart’s Desire published by the Walter H. Baker Company of Boston, 1919. Artwork of unknown authorship. Images in the public domain. 356

2117 a-e. Images of various states and editions of The Land of Heart’s Desire published by Dodd, Mead, New York, c.1909. Artwork of unknown authorship. Images in the public domain. 360-61

2218 a-f. Images of various states and editions of The Land of Heart’s Desire published by the Little Leather Library, New York, 1919 and later. Artwork of unknown authorship. Images in the public domain. 361-63

2319 a-d. Images of various states and editions of The Land of Heart’s Desire [sic] published by the Shrewesbury Publishing Company, Chicago, after 1925. Images in the public domain. 365

2420 a-d. Images of various states and editions of In the Land of Heart’s Desire [sic] published by the Haldeman-Julius Company as their Pockett and Little Blue Books Series, Girard, Kansas and Portland, Oregon, 1923 and after. Images in the public domain. 367-68

2521-23. The bronzes cast before 1929 from Hildo Van Krop’s masks for The Woman of the Sidhe, Emer, and Cuchulain in Vrouwe Emer’s Groote Strijd, the 1922 Dutch production of The Only Jealousy of Emer, and now in the Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam. Photograph of unknown authorship, predating 1934. Image in the public domain. 370

2624. Title-page design of Wheels and Butterflies (London: Macmillan, 1934). Artwork of unknown authorship. Image in the public domain. 372

2725. Thomas Sturge Moore’s original design for the spine and top board of The Cutting of an Agate (London: Macmillan, 1919). Image courtesy and © Senate House Library, University of London. All rights reserved.

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