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YEATS’S 150th ANNIVERSARY: A LONDON VIEWPOINT

The Irish poet W.B. Yeats is celebrating his 150th anniversary, or – if you don’t believe in the afterlife as Yeats did – it is being celebrated for him. He seems weirdly young. Born in 1865, dying in 1939, it … Continue reading

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IPSISSIMUS YEATS

A London literary walk in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of W.B. Yeats Irish poet Niall McDevitt continues his Yeats explorations by leading a Central London walk from Yeats’s bachelor pad in Euston to the only known … Continue reading

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YEATS TALK

The Yeats talk for SELFS happened on Wed 13 March to a packed house in the Old Kings Head Pub, Kings Head Yard, Borough High Street, Southwark. I’d done it as a walk but not as a talk. I knew … Continue reading

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