BRADAWN YEATS

Gibran Khalil Gibran posthumously paying tribute to William Butler Yeats

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Publisher Description

Of an eve in December 2013, the voice of Gibran Khalil Gibran visits Irish philosopher, poet, publisher, Richard of Éire while the latter is enjoying a cup of tea in a hotel lobby in Cork city in Ireland. He has an extraordinary favour to ask. He explains that while he was in this life he had never produced a literary work dedicated to William Butler Yeats. He expresses that he has a growing need to sing a deeper song to the world; to build a greater tower in the sky which he would dedicate to Yeats. To give light of day to this aspiration he has sought out the attentive ear and diligent pen of Richard of Éire. Bradawn Yeats is this deeper song; this greater tower. This is a work that could also very well serve as an enlightening resource for both the everyday-in-the-world lay contemplative of any or no creed, and the cloistered; a means of introducing them to the possibility of familiar concepts having surprising and endless associations. {Cover artwork: ‘The Galata Tower by Moonlight’ Ivan K. Aivazovsky (1817-1900)}

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2014
January 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
95
Pages
PUBLISHER
Richard Mc Sweeney
SELLER
Richard Mc Sweeney
SIZE
363.5
KB

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