This week’s case is about Irish poet William Butler Yeats and his works.

Show Notes

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Here are the links relating to the episode:

Here’s the William Butler Yeats Wikipedia page.  I know you can get to it yourself, but I’m helping!

The Poetry Foundation has a really great biography on Yeats.  If the Wikipedia page is too much, this one’s good.

NPR did a write-up on Yeats after 100 years.

This is a spicy take on Yeats and certain men not crediting the women in their lives for co-authoring.  Well, in a sense of mediumship.  It’s a good article.

This is a look at Yeats, the magician.

The Guardian did a fantastic article on the poem The Second Coming.

Irish Central has a good look at Yeats.  It’s another short biography, but it’s interesting.  They’re all a little different.

The BBC has a good piece on Yeats too.