Rezension zu "A Terrible Beauty Is Born (Penguin Little Black Classics)" von W. B. Yeats
Yeats is terribly right, mixing the great themes of humankind: the greeks, First World War, politics and history of Europe, and of course love. Intense, sometimes hard to read. But worth every word, and it will need a second, third or fourth read - to grasp every inch of meaning. That't not for everyone, but still worth a try.