Wind from the Shore
William Butler Yeats has been widely acknowledged as the greatest poet as well as one of the leading literary notables of the last century. Wind from the Shore offers an in-depth examination of Yeats’s monumental work and his legendary life. This fascinating study discusses not only what he produced but also the worldview that gave birth to it.
Although unique, WBY’s life and poetry are representative of transitions throughout the modern world. While much of Western civilization has left its Christian tradition for a materialistic worldview and lifestyle, many have taken a different path, that of the occult and mystical. Such was the journey of Yeats.
Readers are sure to find Wind from the Shore both entertaining and enlightening.
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Ehlke Works was founded in 2009 over a cup of coffee. It began as Father & Sons association involving works of several occupations such as: publishing, design, real estate, and art located in various parts of the nation.
Today, it is a publishing firm centered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Rev. Dr. Roland Cap Ehlke
Editor, educator, writer, and artist
Roland Cap Ehlke holds four master's degrees—history and English (University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee [UWM]), theology (MDiv and STM Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, Mequon)—and a PhD in English Literature (UWM).
In addition, he spent a year of study at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He has worked as a pastor, editor, and university professor. His publications include a dozen books, as well as numerous articles, reviews, and scripts for videos. He currently resides in West Allis, Wisconsin.