The Nocturnal Worlds of Katherine Bradford
... of Hades for swimmers), where death, violence, and disaster seem to be inseparable from the circumstances. Despite the casualness with which everything appears to be painted, I was reminded of these lines from William Butler Yeats' poem “Easter 1916”.
James Haught: Reflections on religious madness in Ulster
Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)
... week, McGuinness, frail and sick, quit the Ulster government. It triggered memories of that tragic land's decades of religio-political bloodshed. Poet William Butler Yeats wrote of the “terrible beauty” that haunts the soul “wherever green is worn ...
Remembering WB Yeats and his timeless poetry
William Butler Yeats, one of the foremost figures of 20th-century literature, has cast his shadow over the history of both "modern poetry" and "modern Ireland" for so long that his pre-eminence is taken for granted, it emerged during an intense session ...
South Orange Public Library Activities
Speaker : Prof. Elizabeth Redwine (SHU) will discuss First Indian Nobel Prize Winning Author Rabindranath Tagore and His Collaboration with William Butler Yeats. Monday, Jan. 23. 10 am - Computer Class - Internet basics. 12 noon - Knitting Workshop.