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The Image of Maud Gonne in Yeast’s Selected Poems of The Rose

المؤلف: Asst. Inst : Susan Taha Ahmed
ﺎﻠﻤﺠﻟﺓ: Al-Fatih journal مجلة الفتح ISSN: 87521996 السنة: 2008 المجلد: 4 الاصدار: 33 الصفحات: 32-39
الجامعة: Diyala University جامعة ديالى - جامعة ديالى

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Yeat's love poetry in his first volume The Rose is best understood in close relation to Maud Gonne .He finds in his love with Maud Gonne a cornerstone and a driving force which gains complete hold over his imagination and intellect .This love becomes an indispensable condition for the attainment of an idyllic world and the highest ascension towards an intellectual and ideal vision. As such , it forms the focal point in Yeats's whole existence since it is associated with ideal concepts , beauty , nobility , and his dream of building an idealized world .

Maud was an actress, a nationalist and a public figure who was to fit Yeats’s desire to change his whole altitude to life and poetry. Although they shared a passion for Iresh nationalism, Yeats’s was skeptical of her extremist nationalist politics "trapped out" with her beauty:

I had never thought to see a living women of such
great beauty. It belonged to famous pictures, to
poetry, to some legendary past. A complexion like the
blossom of apples, and yet face and body had the beauty of lineaments which Blake calls the highest beauty because it changes least from youth to age, and a stature so great that she seemed of a divine race. Her movements were worthy of her form, and I
understood at lost why the poet of antiquity.

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The Influence of Shelley's The Epipsy chidion on the Love poetry of Abdul – Rahman Shukri

المؤلف: Asst.Inst. Susan Taha Ahmed
ﺎﻠﻤﺠﻟﺓ: Al-Fatih journal مجلة الفتح ISSN: 87521996 السنة: 2008 المجلد: 4 الاصدار: 34 الصفحات: 113-121
الجامعة: Diyala University جامعة ديالى - جامعة ديالى

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Shelley enjoyed a considerable influence on the diction, imagery and themes of Arabic poetry . The Arab critics and poets Knew their Shelley through the publication of the Victorian thesis Which was the nucleus round which the Arabs built their image of him . The thesis is fully expressed by Stopford A. Brooks in the "Preface" to his Poems of Shelley , a selection published in 1880 . For Brook , Shelley's nature and work were "twofold" , that “he lived and thought in two worlds, one was the world of mankind and its hopes, the other was the world of his own heart ." 1 Brooke's distinction
is between what be called a politically and socially committed Shelley ,who was inspired by moral aims and wrote in the hope of a regeneration of the world ,and a non- committed shelley, who wrote without any ethical and absolutely apart from humanity .2

In fact, Palgrave's The Colden Treasury (1861), the anthology which introduced the Arab romantics to English Poetry ,is a mirror in which is reflected the victorian idea of lyrical poetry in general and of Shelley as a lyrical devotee in particular . for E.W. Edmunds, writing in 1911, the panorama of Shelley's theories, fancies, visions, speculations,fall headlong in melodies confusion through his poems, he adds “Turn to Palgrave's Golden Treasury and we see how high a place Shelley holds in lyric poetry .

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