W. B. Yeats - Spiritus Mundi
Edited by Claudio Rocchetti
In Spiritus Mundi, there is, according to William Butler Yeats, ''a universal memory and a muse of sorts that provides inspiration to the poet or writer.'' To Yeats, Spiritus Mundi is the source of all ''images'' and ''symbols,'' a ''collective unconscious.''
This selection comprises The Second Coming, The Adoration of the Magi, Swedenborg, Mediums and the Desolate Places, The Celtic Element in Literature and many more.
Hardcover bound in Geltex
Measures 100x160 mm
120 gram black Endpapers
Printed on 115 g wood free, age resistant paper
Sewn Book Block
Black Bookmark and Headbands
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