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Edward Butler (politician)
... Edward Butler (1 January 1823-9 June 1879), was born in Kilkenny, Ireland, son of Michael Butler, farmer, and his wife Mary, née Joyce ... Butler found that his ambitions to be trained as a lawyer were blocked in Ireland because of his Catholicism and he migrated to Sydney, arriving in May ... In politics Butler was a strong supporter of the "liberal party", associated with Parkes and John Robertson, including Robertson's land policy and Charles Cowper's support for the withdrawal of ...
List Of Book Titles Taken From Literature
... Titles taken from works by William Shakespeare do not appear here see List of titles of works based on Shakespearean phrases.) Work Author Literary Reference Absalom, Absalom ... translation Arms and the Man George Bernard Shaw The Aeneid, Virgil As I Lay Dying William Faulkner The Odyssey, Homer A Time to Kill John Grisham Ecclesiastes 33 ... George Bernard Shaw Brave New World Aldous Huxley The Tempest, William Shakespeare and The Gods of the Copybook Headings, Rudyard Kipling Bury My Heart at ...
List Of Songs Based On Poems - William Butler Yeats
... The album Now In Time to Be features the works of Yeats performed by various artists ... Loreena McKennitt has set two Yeats poems to music "Stolen Child" "The Two Trees" ...
Butler - In Fiction - Examples
... See also List of fictional butlers Mr ... Edmund Blackadder, butler to Prince George the Prince Regent, in the TV Series Blackadder the Third ... Alfred Pennyworth, Bruce Wayne's butler from Batman is a well known fictional butler ...
The Dial - Notable Contributors By Volume
... Yeats Vol ... Ezra Pound, Marcel Proust, Arthur Rimbaud, Vincent van Gogh, William Carlos Williams, William Butler Yeats Vol ... Pablo Picasso, Ezra Pound, Logan Pearsall Smith, Arthur Schnitzler, Max Weber, William Butler Yeats Vol ...

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    The sword’s a cross; thereon He died:
    On breast of Mars the goddess sighed.
    —William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Though Margery is stricken dumb
    If thrown in Madge’s way,
    We three make up a solitude;
    For none alive to-day
    Can know the stories that we know
    Or say the things we say....
    —William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Imagining that I could
    A greater with a lesser pang assuage
    Or but to find if withered vein ran blood,
    I tore my body that its wine might cover
    Whatever could recall the lip of lover.
    —William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)