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Yeats' poetry

  • 22-07-2023 1:07am
    Registered Users Posts: 1

    In Yeats' poem "to a wealthy man..." in different editions or quotations I've seen the Urbino court described as a "grammar school" and as a "mirror-school." which is right? or are both right? did Yeats change it in a second edition? if he never said "mirror-school," who made that up?