Yeats' The Celtic Twilight

Frontispiece to Celtic Twilight: Painting of W.B. Yeats [Public Domain Image]

Printed 1893
Reprinted with additions 1902

A. H. Bullen, 18 Cecil Court
St. Martin's Lane, London, W.C.

Time drops in decay
Like a candle burnt out.
And the mountains and woods
Have their day, have their day;
But, kindly old rout
Of the fire-born moods,
You pass not away
.

THIS BOOK
A TELLER OF TALES
BELIEF AND UNBELIEF
MORTAL HELP
A VISIONARY
VILLAGE GHOSTS
'DUST HATH CLOSED HELEN'S EYE'
A KNIGHT OF THE SHEEP
AN ENDURING HEART
THE SORCERERS
THE DEVIL
HAPPY AND UNHAPPY THEOLOGIANS
THE LAST GLEEMAN
REGINA, REGINA PIGMEORUM, VENI
'AND FAIR, FIERCE WOMEN'
ENCHANTED WOODS
MIRACULOUS CREATURES
ARISTOTLE OF THE BOOKS
THE SWINE OF THE GODS
A VOICE
KIDNAPPERS
THE UNTIRING ONES
EARTH, FIRE AND WATER
THE OLD TOWN
THE MAN AND HIS BOOTS
A COWARD
THE THREE O'BYRNES AND THE EVIL FAERIES
DRUMCLIFF AND ROSSES
THE THICK SKULL OF THE FORTUNATE
THE RELIGION OF A SAILOR
CONCERNING THE NEARNESS TOGETHER OF HEAVEN, EARTH, AND PURGATORY
THE EATERS OF PRECIOUS STONES
OUR LADY OF THE HILLS
THE GOLDEN AGE
A REMONSTRANCE WITH SCOTSMEN FOR HAVING SOURED THE DISPOSITION OF THEIR GHOSTS AND FAERIES
WAR
THE QUEEN AND THE FOOL
THE FRIENDS OF THE PEOPLE OF FAERY
DREAMS THAT HAVE NO MORAL
BY THE ROADSIDE
INTO THE TWILIGHT

Photograph of W.B. Yeats