William Butler Yeats was the one of the foremost figures in a poetry of 20th-century literature. He was born in Ireland in 1865. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923. Early works were imbued with Celtic folklore motifs and are characterized by neo-romantic style, significantly influence the occult. A row of his works were dedicated to politically national trends. After the World War I he changed the style of his poetry – he started to describe tragic historiosophical and cultural images in his works.
This book could be called "visionary", it belongs to Ireland and the Irish - nationality, that still keep their Celtic foundations, among many smaller gifts of the past - the gift of visions , extinct among the more hurried and more successful nations; sparkling chandeliers does not prevent us to peer into the darkness , and if one looks into the darkness, he certainly discern there is something... Read the story till the end to know it!