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The collection includes "The Land of Heart’s Desire", "The Wind among the Reeds", "The Shadowy Waters", "Deidre", "The Tower", and "The Winding Stair".
William Butler Yeats was born in Dublin in 1865 and died in France in 1939. A lover of all Irish things, especially its legends, and was interested in mysticism and the supernatural. He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923 for his fine, nationalistic poetry.
Author: Cliff Cobb, United Kingdom
Update on: May 2023