Isle may refer to:

  • An island, land surrounded by water
  • Isle, Haute-Vienne, a commune of the Haute-Vienne département in France
  • Isle, Minnesota, a small city in the United States
  • Isle (river), a river in France
  • River Isle, a river in England
  • The Isle, a 2000 South Korean film directed by Kim Ki-duk
  • ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, a journal published by Oxford University Press for the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment

Other articles related to "isle":

... Parish Arbory Sheading Rushen Crown dependency Isle of Man Post town ISLE OF MAN Postcode district IM9 Dialling code 01624 Police Isle of Man Fire Isle of ... Of the several Ballabegs in the Isle of Man the most well-known, and most populous, is a village in the sheading of Rushen in the south of the Island near Castletown ... church (Kirk Arbory), a Methodist chapel and railway station, served by the Isle of Man Railway ...
Isle Of The Dead (film)
... Isle of the Dead (1945) is one of producer Val Lewton's horror films made for RKO Radio Pictures ... The movie had a script inspired by the painting Isle of the Dead by Arnold Böcklin, which appears behind the title credits, though the film was ...
Isle Of The Dead (Rachmaninoff)
... Isle of the Dead, Op ... Rachmaninoff was inspired by Arnold Böcklin's painting, Isle of the Dead, which he saw in Paris in 1907 ...
Stephen Ross, Baron Ross Of Newport
... Ross was Leader of Isle of Wight County Council 1973-74 and 1981-83 ... He was elected as Member of Parliament for the Isle of Wight four successive times in 1974, 1979 and 1983 serving to his retirement from the House of Commons in 1987 ... of Lords as a life peer, Baron Ross of Newport, of Newport in the County of the Isle of Wight ...

Famous quotes containing the word isle:

    She carries in the dishes,
    And lays them in a row.
    To an isle in the water
    With her would I go.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    It is so rare to meet with a man outdoors who cherishes a worthy thought in his mind, which is independent of the labor of his hands. Behind every man’s busy-ness there should be a level of undisturbed serenity and industry, as within the reef encircling a coral isle there is always an expanse of still water, where the depositions are going on which will finally raise it above the surface.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)