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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With apologies to Yeats, when things fall apart, the centre must hold,' he added, quoting Irish poet WB Yeats' poem titled The Second Coming that has a line - 'Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold'.
THEY'RE AWAY WITH THE FERRIES IRISH Ferries has unveiled its new [euro]144m cruise ferry, WB Yeats. She will sail the Irish Sea between Holyhead and Dublin, carrying up to 1,800 passengers, 300 cars and 165 lorries.
THEY'RE AWAY WITH THE FERRIES IRISH Ferries has unveiled its new [euro]144million cruise ferry, WB Yeats. She will sail the Irish Sea between Holyhead and Dublin, carrying up to 1,800 passengers, 300 cars and 165 lorries.
The WB Yeats THEY'RE AWAY WITH THE FERRIES IRISH Ferries has unveiled its new [euro]144million cruise ferry, WB Yeats.
The company also insisted the WB Yeats ship, which sails between Cherbourg and Dublin, would continue to operate.
In December 2012, the Irish-born vocalist won a BASCA British Composers Award for her spellbinding settings of poems by WB Yeats, 'Sailing to Byzantium'.
Until only 70 years ago poets such as Edgar Alan Poe, WB Yeats, John Keats, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Thomas Hardy were as famous as Ed Sheeran is today - and possibly more so.
Haitch @ | I suggest Nicholas Godfrey (August 14) reads the great poem by WB Yeats The Second Coming.
Bonnefoy was also a translator who was known for his French versions Shakespeare's plays and the poetry of WB Yeats.
When mentioning names like WB Yeats and James Joyce there really is little doubt that modern literature has its roots in Ireland.
The 70–minute piece from Irish theatre companies Hawk's Well Theatre and Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Theatre imagines poet WB Yeats returned to life and visiting contemporary Ireland, a post–Riverdance world of high feelings and uncertainty.