Door - Drumcliffe
Drumcliffe Church, Sligo W. B. Yeats (1865–1939) is buried in the graveyard of Drumcliffe Church. The swans were a gift from the Yeats society in Australia to represent Yeats poem, The Wild Swans at Coole, written in 1919. You can find the poem here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wild_Swans_at_Coole
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Landscapes of Ireland That Inspire
Novelists, poets and playwrights have long looked to Ireland for their inspiration. Find out which corner of the island enticed “Lord of the Rings” author J.R. R. Tolkien to return again and again, and discover the flattop rock formation that led W.B. Yeats to pen one of his most famous poems.
Please scroll down to view the Trees Gallery Oak Tree with Celtic Twist Border © Suzy Taylor 2014 POA Tall Tree © Suzy Taylor 2014 POA Trees with Peace Sign Commission © Suzy Taylor 2011 SOLD Apple Tree (with quote by WB Yeats) Silhouette Paper 23cm x 23cm © Suzy Taylor 2011 SOLD Round Tree with Five Birds Silhouette Paper 15cm x 15cm © Suzy Taylor 2011 Alphabet Birds Silhouette paper (29cm x 20cm) © Suzy Taylor 2011 SOLD Fruit Trees and Flowers Silhouette paper on mountboard © Suzy Taylor…
Eternal Recurrence: The Permanent Relevance of William Butler Yeats’s “The Second Coming” |Essay --- Patrick J. Keane | Numéro Cinq
These are End Times—can there be any doubt?—and in this brilliant, dense essay Patrick J. Keane explains how and why Yeats’s prophetic/apocalyptic poem “The Second Coming” has become the byword (and epitaph?) for our world, the modern era, the contemporary predicament. Keane has already published three books on Yeats; he brings an easy erudition and
Fairy and Folk Tales of Ireland : William Butler Yeats : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
Fairy and Folk Tales of Ireland combines two books of Irish folklore collected and edited by William Butler Yeats
Ireland by Train - Dublin - Sligo
Railway buff Colin McAlpin rides Ireland's rails and reports back on his journeys of discovery. First up, it's Dublin to Sligo... The Iarnrod Eireann InterCity rail system serves the North-West town of Sligo 10 times a day from Dublin’s Connolly Station, the journey of just under