I posted the following question to the Ask An Apologist forum, and I have not yet seen a response. (I apologize to any of the moderators and apologists in that forum, if I am hastening unduly their response. Any research done to answer my question is appreciated, greatly.)
In my literary studies, I am learning the system of time, history, and character described by poet W. B. Yeats, in his occult book A Vision. While his system is subversively Christocentric, he incorporates many other supernatural ideas into the whole, such as astrology and revelation from spirits. Most of his important poems (such as “The Second Coming”) are derived from his system,
I am curious to know if any Catholic apologist has written a reaction to Yeats’ work, or if any Church doctrine exists that criticizes Yeats’ system specifically. Further, I am curious to know if any apologetic or doctrinal reaction exists for Yeats’ poems.
Thank you for your responses!