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Yeats's Golden Dawn by George Mills Harper

Yeats's Golden Dawn (1974)

by George Mills Harper

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We Easterns are taught to state a principle carefully, but we are not taught to observe and to remember and to describe a fact. Our sense of what truthfulness is is quite different from yours. -Mohini M. Chatterji
To Kathleen Raine for, in the words of Yeats to Vestigula, 'to whom else could I dedicate this book?'
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'most of us who are writing books in Ireland today', Yeats once observed characteristically,'have some kind of spiritual philosophy; and some among us when we look backward upon our lives see that the coming of a young Brahmin into Ireland helped to give our vague thoughts a shape.
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