The Poetry of W.B.YEATS

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9780001047303: The Poetry of  W.B.YEATS

This is a collection of poetry by W.B. Yeats.

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About the Author:

William Butler Yeats is widely regarded as one of the finest English language poets. His eclectic output frequently draws on his chief passions for the occult and the history of his homeland. The poetry, while often mystical and romantic, can also be gritty, realistic and frequently political.

Yeats was also a major playwright and founded the Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s national theatre. He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923.

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William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) was indisputably one of the finest poets in the English language, and a key figure in Ireland’s literary revival. His output over a long career was prodigious and of consistently high standard. On this recording Cyril Cusak and Siobhan McKenna, two of Ireland’s most distinguished actors, read a generous selection from his work.

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