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Similar examples may be found in Irish poet William Butler Yeats ' poem The Wild Swans at Coole where the maturing season that the poet observes symbolically represents his own ageing self.
* Constantinople appears as a city of wondrous majesty, beauty, remoteness, and nostalgia in William Butler Yeats ' 1928 poem " Sailing to Byzantium ".
Contributors have included Ezra Pound, William Butler Yeats, William Carlos Williams, Langston Hughes and Carl Sandburg, among others.
Dublin has a world famous literary history, having produced many prominent literary figures, including Nobel laureates William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett.
** The Wanderings of Oisin by William Butler Yeats ( 1889 )
William Butler Yeats was occasionally critical of Poe and once called him " vulgar ".
In its heyday, many celebrities belonged to the Golden Dawn, such as actress Florence Farr, Irish revolutionary Maud Gonne, Irish writer William Butler Yeats, Welsh author Arthur Machen, English author Evelyn Underhill, and English author Aleister Crowley.
In the 20th century a loose ballad-like six-foot line with a strong medial pause was used by William Butler Yeats.
The Exile of the Sons of Usnach, better known as the tragedy of Deirdre and the source of plays by John Millington Synge, William Butler Yeats, and Vincent Woods, is also part of this cycle.
* 1865 – William Butler Yeats, Irish writer, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1937 )
Jack Butler Yeats, photo by Alice Boughton
John " Jack " Butler Yeats ( 29 August 1871 – 28 March 1957 ) was an Irish artist and Olympic medallist.
His brother was William Butler Yeats.
He was the youngest son of Irish portraitist John Butler Yeats, and the brother of the Nobel Prize winning poet William Butler Yeats.
* The Fourth John Butler Yeats Seminar, at the Swift Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin 10 – 12 September 2010 details
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Butler and family
After completing his sentence, Trumbo could not get work in California, so he sold his ranch and his family moved to Mexico City with Hugo Butler and his wife Jean Rouverol, who had also been blacklisted.
The " French " or " overhand " bow is similar in shape and implementation to the bow used on the other members of the orchestral string instrument family, while the " German " or " Butler " bow is typically broader and shorter, and is held in a " hand shake " position.
Butler and Ponsonby eloped in 1778, to the relief of Ponsonby's family ( concerned about their reputation had she run away with a man ) to live together in Wales for 51 years and be thought of as eccentrics.
Jervis ' grandson Benjamin married Mary Butler, daughter of a landed family in County Kildare.
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The family lived at four different addresses close to the practice over the next twenty years and their fourth and last child Charles Butler ( 1882 – 1938 ) was born.
After Thurmond's death in 2003, an attorney for his family confirmed that in 1925, when he was 22, Thurmond fathered a mixed-race daughter, Essie Mae Washington-Williams, with his family's housekeeper, Cassie Butler, then 16 years old.
Butler's Landing was used as a storage depot with large warehouses owned and operated by the Butler family.
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S. U. Clark's hotel also was said to have a secret hiding place behind a basement cupboard, while the Butler family south of Orland " fed and sheltered scores of them and then took them on to other stations.
The 1942 epic Look to the Mountain, by LeGrand Cannon, Jr., takes place in Tamworth as 19-year-old Whit Livingston and his new wife, 16-year-old Melissa Butler, become the first white pioneer family to settle the area.
During this time the area of Poplar Bluff, as well as all of Butler County, held almost no European settlements up until 1819, when the first white settler family moved into the Poplar Bluff area.
Eleanor was considered an over-educated bookworm by her family, who resided at the Butler family seat Kilkenny Castle.
The Butler family settled inland.
In the fall of 1934 the Williams family moved to Greenville, Alabama, where Lillie opened a boarding house next to the Butler County courthouse.
In 2003 Essie Mae Washington-Williams announced that she was the natural daughter of the late Senator Strom Thurmond ( which his family confirmed ), born in 1925 when he was 22 and her mother Carrie Butler was 16 and a housekeeper at his parents ' house.
: Butler to the Colby family.
Towards the end of the twelfth century, the power of the O ' Fogarty clan began to wane and by the early part of the thirteenth century, the Norman family of Butler came to be the most powerful.
Ames is buried in the Hildreth family cemetery the family of his mother-in-law, Sarah Hildreth Butler behind the main cemetery ( also known as Hildreth Cemetery ) on Hildreth Street in Lowell.
For much of its history, the town has been influenced by the Butler family.

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