INDEX
Abbey Theatre, founded, 215et seq.; disturbances at, 220, 226, 229-31; reorganisation, 234-35; Y.'s work at, 241; fails to close for King's death, 154; American tour, 271-272; change in character, 277; war difficulties, 308, 310-11; subsidised by Irish Government, 413; revival in, 414; 470, 479; Y.'s broadcast programme from, 486; 506, 510; passim
Aberdeen, Lord, 240, 248
Academy of Letters, Y. founds, 454; 457-8, 459, 482, 493
Acre of Grass", "An, quoted, 274
Acton, Lord, 48; denounced by Y., 505
"Adam's Curse", quoted, 165, 198
Adams, Henry, 420, 442
Adoration of the Magi," "The, 149; Joyce and, 184
Ainslie, Douglas, 393
Aldington, Richard, 328
Alexandra, Queen, Y.'s meeting with, 316
Allgood, Sarah, 222, 257, 414
Allingham, William, 42, 82, 98
"All Sours Night", 351
"All Things Can Tempt Me", 240
American life, Y.'s criticism of, 343-44
American visits, Y.'s, 205-214, 271, 295- 299; 342et seq., 459-61
"Among School Children", 398-400
Ancestry, Y.'s, 1-6
"Anglo-Irish Settlement" of 1921, Y.'s attitude to, 363, 377-8
"Anglo-Irish solitude", 237n.
Antheil, George, 428, 430
Anti-English outbursts, Y.'s, 481
Appearance at sixty, Y.'S, 391-2
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 247
Aran islands, Y.'s visit to, 133, 136
Ardilaun, Lord, 284
Arnold, M., 63
"Art as imitation", Y. on, 315
Art School, Y. at, 43-44
Arts Club ( Dublin), Y. at, 246; 459
Asquith, H. H., 249-50, 312
Astrology, 118-9, 133, 375n., 436, 495passim
Astronomer Royal of Scotland, 90
Athenaeum Club, Y.'s membership, 486
"At Parnell's Funeral", 466, 475
Auden, W. H., 472, 484, 487
Austen, Jane, 359
Axël, Y. on Parisian production of, 111-2; 128, 463
Backwardness, Y.'s, at school, 28-30
"Baile and Aillinn", 197, 224
Balfour, A. J., 334
Balfour, Lady Betty, 166
Balfour, Gerald, 167, 305
Ballads, 482
Ballisodare, stories from, 22, 41
Ballylee, Y.'s castle, 331-3; restoration, 341, 346-7; 353-4; during civil war, 368et seq.; farewell to, 438-9; 505n.; passim
Balzac, 67. 394, 455, 487
Barker, George, 483, 507
Barnes, G. R. (Y. at B.B.C.), 485-91; 494
Barry, Father, 168
Basterot, Count, 136-7, 146
Battle, Mary, 41, 118
"Battle of the books", 102et seq.
Baudelaire, 198, 235
B.B.C., Y. at, 484-91, 494
Beardsley, Aubrey, 128-130, 188, 194-5
Beardsley, Mabel, Y.'s poems on, 287
Beattie, Mrs., 340
"Beautiful Lofty Things", 231
"Beggar to Beggar Cried", 321
Bell, Julian, 473
Belloc, H., 291, 478-9, 486
Ben Bulben, 38, 88, 122, 511
Bennett, Mr., 482
Benson, A. C., 381-2
Benson, F. R., 181, 190
Bergson, Y.'s acquaintance with, 75; 113, 394
Berkeley, Bishop, 3, 401-405, 409,415;

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