Definition of Yeats, William Butler in English:

Yeats, William Butler

proper noun

  • (1865–1939), Irish poet and playwright. His play "The Countess Cathleen" (1892) and his collection of stories "The Celtic Twilight" (1893) stimulated Ireland's theatrical, cultural, and literary revival. Notable poetry: "“Sailing to Byzantium”" and "“Leda and the Swan.”" Nobel Prize for Literature (1923)

Pronunciation:

Yeats, William Butler

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