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Yeats, the Tarot and the Golden Dawn

by Kathleen Raine

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YES! YES! YES! Poetry is magick, not the other way round. Kathleen Raine's wonderful overview of the occult influences of Yeats and his involvement with the Golden Dawn is easily the most obscure thing on my bucket list of things to read before I die and has sat on my reading list for many years. To my complete amazement, it's now free to read online at JSTOR: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27541704 ( )
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