The Lost Daughter Elevates the Horror of Two Famous 20th Century Poems
Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut is chock full of poetry, seduction, threat, and mystery. And did I mention poetry?
Yeats is a popular guy.
Depending on what era of his work you’re reading, you’ll find history, magic, unrequited love, modernism, romanticism, and even nationalism. His poems are often canonically associated with crisis, whether it be Easter 1916, the apocalypse, or the fall of Greek civilization.
One of the best-known English-language poets to ever put pen to paper, Ireland’s favorite son continues to be read and contemplated by contemporary audiences, and thank goodness. One of his most disturbing poems plays a critical role in
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