William Butler Yeats


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Noun1.William Butler Yeats - Irish poet and dramatist (1865-1939)William Butler Yeats - Irish poet and dramatist (1865-1939)
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Irish Ferries has announced that their new [euro]144million ship is to be called the William Butler Yeats while the Naval Service recently launched a patrol vessel of the same name.
When poet William Butler Yeats wrote these words, he was not thinking of insurance underwriting standards for sure.
One of her favorite quotes, by William Butler Yeats, perfectly expresses how I feel: "O body swayed to music, O brightening glance, How can we know the dancer from the dance?
One thinks of the late poems of William Butler Yeats for their sophistication and erotic punch, poems beautifully mirrored by Conde 's images.
An Arabic translation of a William Butler Yeats poem by students from the Department of English Literature and Linguistics at Qatar University College of Arts and Sciences (QU-CAS) will be featured on the official Irish website of Yeats 2015, celebrating 150 years since the poet and Nobel laureate's birth as well as his literary legacy on a national and global level.
In 1939, Irish poet-dramatist William Butler Yeats died in Menton, France.
They were friends of the poet William Butler Yeats, who used to visit the house for cricket matches and horse riding as a child.
Sailing to Byzantium," William Butler Yeats, a favorite of Robert Chrisman
Eliot, Lewis Carroll, William Butler Yeats, and Maya Angelou (whose loss to the world occurred today, May 28).
The book's title is a reference to the poem "Sailing to Byzantium" by William Butler Yeats.
The passport features poems from three of this island s finest poets: Nuala nE[degrees] Dhomhnaill, William Butler Yeats, and James Orr.