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He does not appear in WBY’s play Deirdre. See also Ailill. REFERENCES: Ellis, Peter Berresford. Dictionary of Celtic Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992; Green, Miranda J. Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend. London: Thames & Hudson, 1992; Mac Cana, Proinsias. Celtic Mythology. Feltham, Middlesex: Newnes, 1983. ARDRAHAN (Irish: Ard-rathain) [height of the ferns], a village on the main Galway to Limerick road. It is about eight miles north of Gort, County Galway. In the area is Tulira Castle, home of Edward Martyn, with whom WBY stayed while on a tour of Ireland during the summer of 1896.
Porter and James D. Brophy. New York: Twayne, 1972; Levy, Alan. In the Autumn of the Age of Anxiety. : Permanent, 1983; Maxwell, D. E. S. Poets of the Thirties. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1969; Osborne, Charles. W. H. Auden: The Life of a Poet. London: Methuen, 1979; Rowse, A. L. Poet Auden: A Personal Memoir. London: Methuen, 1987. AUGHANISH (Irish: Each-Inis) [island of the horse], rocky promontory in Galway Bay, six miles northwest of Kinvara, Galway (county). In a note to the poem ‘‘The Host of the Air’’ (VP.
When he is told Aillinn has died because she has been prevented from coming to meet him, Baile dies of a broken heart. The stranger then seeks out Aillinn and tells her of Baile’s death. She, too, dies of a broken heart. Baile is buried at Baile’s Strand, and a yew tree is planted on his grave. On Aillinn’s grave, an apple tree is planted. Later, poets cut branches from the two trees and bring them to Tara. There, they spring together and cannot be separated. The lovers’ story, which Lady Gregory includes in her Cuchulain of Muirthemne (1902), is the subject of WBY’s dramatic poem ‘‘Baile and Aillinn’’ (CP.
A William Butler Yeats encyclopedia by Yeats, William Butler; Yeats, William Butler; McCready, Sam