William Butler Yeats


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Irish poet and dramatist (1865-1939)

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The Heaney family, including the couple's two other children Christopher and Catherine Ann, were joined by relatives and friends, contemporaries and dignitaries to pay last respects to Ireland's greatest poet since William Butler Yeats.
Outside the church as the late summer sun bathed the exterior, family and friends hugged and exchanged stories about a poet already hailed as the best Ireland has produced since William Butler Yeats.
Outside the church, family and friends hugged and exchanged stories about a poet already hailed as the best Ireland has produced since William Butler Yeats.
For love is a crooked thing, said William Butler Yeats in The Young Man's Song .
Collaborations: Ninette de Valois and William Butler Yeats
The new album sees Scott marrying his music to the poetry of William Butler Yeats.
To paraphrase the great Irish poet William Butler Yeats, "if the center cannot hold," the next financial crisis may not be a picnic.
This collection, ably edited by the biographer of George Yeats, compliments The Collected Letters of William Butler Yeats.
Quoting the famous lines of William Butler Yeats, he said.
In chapters 2-7, the concept of potentiality leads first to a study of several student writers, then to a discussion of William Butler Yeats.
picking butts from the floor to smoke, William Butler Yeats resting on a
Finally she travels to County Sligo on the west coast of Ireland to explore the beautiful landscapes that inspired Ireland's greatest poet, William Butler Yeats.
She then heads for Yorkshire and Ted Hughes's vision of the ancient Celtic kingdom of Elmet, and County Sligo to explore the beautiful landscapes that inspired arguably Ireland's greatest poet, William Butler Yeats.
William Butler Yeats and have often wondered what would have happened if I had.
One of only three known first editions of the William Butler Yeats poem, Easter 1916, has been sold at auction for almost double its expected price.