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Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939

LC control no.n 78095579
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR5900 PR5908
Personal name headingYeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939
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Variant(s)D. E. D. I., 1865-1939
Daemon Est Deus Inversus, 1865-1939
Ganconagh, 1865-1939
I., D. E. D., 1865-1939
Йейтс, У. Б. (Уильям Батлер), 1865-1939
Ĭeĭts, U. B. (Uilʹi︠a︡m Batler), 1865-1939
Йейтс, Уильям Батлер, 1865-1939
Ĭeĭts, Uilʹi︠a︡m Batler, 1865-1939
Weilian Batele Yezhi, 1865-1939
Yeats, William Butler, 1865-1939
Yeṭs, Ṿilyam Baṭler, 1865-1939
יטס, יטלאם בטלר
ייטס, ויליאם בטלר, 1865-1939
威廉,巴特勒,叶芝, 1865-1939
Associated countryIreland
Birth date1865-06-13
Death date1939-01-28
Place of birthDublin (Ireland)
Place of deathRoquebrune-Cap-Martin (France)
Field of activityPoetry
Profession or occupationPoets
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
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Found inHorton, W. T. The book of images ... 1898.
Ri︠a︡polova, V. A. U.B. Ĭeĭts i irlandskai︠a︡ khudozhestvennai︠a︡ kulʹtura, 1985: p. 5 (Uilʹi︠a︡m Batler Ĭeĭts)
Shishah maḥazot u-frozah, c1968: t.p. (Ṿilyam Baṭler Yeṭs [voc.])
Is the order of R.R. & A.C. to remain a magical order? 1891: p. 30 (signed at end: D.E.D.I.)
Wade, A. A bibliography of the writings of W.B. Yeats. 3rd ed., 1968: no. 33 ("The order Rubidae Rosae & Aureae Crucis was apparently a section of the Order of the Golden Dawn, the mystical society to which Yeats belonged. Each member adopted a motto, usually in Latin, and was known in the Order by the initials of the motto; Yeats was Daemon Est Deus Inversus")
Wei jian feng, 2004: t.p. (W.B. Yeats; 威廉,巴特勒,叶芝 = Weilian Batele Yezhi)
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 3 June 2014 (Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939), poet, was born on 13 June 1865 at 1 George's Ville, 5 Sandymount Avenue, Dublin, the eldest child of John Butler Yeats (1839-1922) and Susan Mary, née Pollexfen (1841-1900); he died at Roquebrune on the Riviera on 28 January 1939)
Nobel Foundation, WWW, viewed on May 23, 2019: The Nobel Prize in Literature 1923 (The Nobel Prize in Literature 1923 was awarded to William Butler Yeats "for his always inspired poetry, which in a highly artistic form gives expression to the spirit of a whole nation")
Associated languageeng