The Celtic Twilight
By William B. Yeats
This well-loved book is a series of essays by Nobel Prize Winner, W.B. Yeats –a key figure in the Celtic literary revival at the turn of the 20th Century– on Irish folklore, and supernatural beings.
This short and well-loved book is a series of essays by Yeats on Irish folklore, particularly the Fairies and other supernatural beings. Yeats, a key figure in the Celtic literary revival at the turn of the 20th Century, also moved in occult circles and knew many of the key figures of the Golden Dawn. He served as a Senator of the Irish free state and won the Nobel prize for literature in 1923. Yeats' writings entered in the public domain in 1999.
15x21 cm, 150pgs
- English Books
- Mythology, Ethnology, Folklore