Just making sure I haven't misunderstood Yeats: did he progress from 'soft' nationalism (Home Rule) as seen in his earlier poetry (eg. To Ireland In The Coming Times - where he seems more concerned with cultural independence as opposed to political independence) to radicalism (Easter 1916 with its glorifying of the nationalists) and then to disillusionment with the republic due to its radical Catholicism (need a poem for this).
Is this correct? What poems show his disillusionment with the Republic?
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