John Sherman and Dhoya


Read by David Wales

(4.4 stars; 6 reviews)

In 1891, Yeats published "John Sherman", a novella, and "Dhoya", a Celtic mythologic story. Ganconagh, Yeats’s nom de plume for this work is the name of a male faerie in Irish mythology that is known for seducing human women. (Summary by Wikipedia) (2 hr 48 min)

Chapters

Author's Preface: Ganconagh's Apology 2:10 Read by David Wales
John Sherman: Part 1: John Sherman Leaves Ballah 35:40 Read by David Wales
John Sherman: Part 2: Margaret Leland 34:20 Read by David Wales
John Sherman: Part 3: John Sherman Revisits Ballah 12:44 Read by David Wales
John Sherman: Part 4: The Rev. William Howard 36:28 Read by David Wales
John Sherman: Part 5: John Sherman Returns To Ballah 23:44 Read by David Wales
Dhoya 23:53 Read by David Wales

Reviews

(4.5 stars)

John Sherman is a novelette. It's an entertaining story and interesting to read Yeats in this form. Dhoya is a classic Yeats short story of the fairy variety. I recommend both.