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William Butler Yeats

Life: 1856-1939
Awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, 1923

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The Celtic Twilight, [en] 1902

The Countess Cathleen, [en] 1912

The Cutting of an Agate
Thoughts on Lady Gregory's Translations, [en]

Discoveries
A Volume of Essays, [en] 1907

Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry, [en] 1888

Four Years, [en] 1921

The Green Helmet and Other Poems, [en] 1911

The Hour Glass
A Morality, [en]

Ideas of Good and Evil, [en] 1907

In The Seven Woods
Being Poems Chiefly of the Irish Heroic Age, [en] 1903

Irish Fairy Tales, [en] 1892

The Land of Heart's Desire, [en] 1912

The Land Of Heart's Desire, [en] 1912

Mosada
A dramatic poem, [en] 1886

Poems, [en] 1912

Rosa Alchemica, [en] 1897

The Secret Rose, [en] 1897

Seven Poems and a Fragment, [en] 1922

Stories of Red Hanrahan, [en] 1927

Synge and the Ireland of His Time, [en] 1908

The Trembling of the Veil, [en] 1922

Two plays for dancers
The Dreaming of the Bones; The Only Jealousy of Emer, [en] 1919

The Unicorn from the Stars
and Other Plays, [en] 1904

The Wild Swans at Coole, [en] 1918

The Wind Among the Reeds, [en] 1903

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