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DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.14354/yjk.2006.25.23
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Meditative Backgrounds and Their Qualities in W. B. Yeats’ Early Poems
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Abstract
This paper discusses the meditative backgrounds and their characteristics in the early poems of W. B. Yeats Chapter II discusses the characteristics of the Theosophical Society which seeks Anima Mundi, Golden Dawn which makes the experiment to evoke the daimon, and the style of the early poems which shows the course of investigation of the self. Chapter III discusses the mysterious vitality of place in Sligo which mixes up the various culture and evokes nostalgia.
Throughout his career Yeats uses meditation to apply the core of his poetic material and a profound technique in composition. His meditation combines poetry into an individual's sense, emotion, and the ability of knowledge to purify the soul. He achieves meditation which reaches immediate unity through the delicate ritual of meditation during ecstasy.
Yeats didn't come to the maturity of meditative poetry which completes the meditative style as we compare his early poems with his later work. But he creates a place as the basic structure of meditation, perceives it through meditation, establishes it as the principle of meditation which integrates the Universe and the Natural. And he smoothly explores the movement of thought. He also integrates the perception of human spirit into the perception of the natural world.
In conclusion the meditation which Yeats had searched for in his poetry creates a self, perceives the supernatural being, and integrates the supernatural and the natural into his inner life. So he completes perfect meditative poems.

 



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