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W. B. Yeats Poet, Dramatist, Author © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 2 W. B. Yeats While reading law at the Irish Bar, John Butler Yeats met Susan Pollexfen, the sister of an old school friend. They married in © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 3 W. B. Yeats Susans father, William owned a milling company and shipping firm in Sligo. © Seomra Ranga One of the Pollexfen Shipping Line buildings on Wine St., Sligo
Free powerpoint template: 4 W. B. Yeats John and Susan Butler Yeats had six children, four of whom survived. William Butler Yeats, the eldest, was born in © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 5 W. B. Yeats In 1867, John B. Yeats gave up the practice of law and started a career as an artist. He moved Susan and the children to London. © Seomra Ranga Pencil self-portrait of John Butler Yeats, 1919
Free powerpoint template: 6 W. B. Yeats The family spent their holidays every year in Sligo and lived there between 1872 and © Seomra Ranga Ben Bulben, Sligo
Free powerpoint template: 7 W. B. Yeats In 1881, the Yeats family moved to Dublin, at first living near the sea at Howth, later moving to Harolds Cross. As a youngster, William dabbled in writing plays and poems and became more and more interested in using Irish history and stories as themes for his writing. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 8 W. B. Yeats Yeats writings began to be published in newspapers and journals. His first work, an epic poem, The Wanderings of Oisín, was published in It was written in the form of a dialogue between St. Patrick and Oisín, the ancient Irish hero. Yeats was immediately recognised as a significant poet. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 9 W. B. Yeats Throughout the 1890s, Yeats became fascinated by the occult, ritual magic and mystic Celtic tales, all of which were to influence his writings. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 10 W. B. Yeats In 1889, William met Maud Gonne. He immediately fell in love with her and over the years frequently asked her to marry him. © Seomra Ranga Maud Gonne
Free powerpoint template: 11 W. B. Yeats They never married but she became an inspiration for his poetry and he wrote many poems about her and for her. © Seomra Ranga I have spread my dreams under your feet, Tread softly – because you tread on my dreams. - from He Wishes For the Cloths of Heaven
Free powerpoint template: 12 W. B. Yeats While living in London in 1890, Yeats founded the Rhymers Club in order to meet other poets of the time. Right up to his later years he always encouraged new young poets. © Seomra Ranga I went out to the hazel wood Because a fire was in my head And cut and peeled a hazel wand And hooked a berry to a thread. - from The Song of Wandering Aengus
Free powerpoint template: 13 W. B. Yeats Yeats met Lady Gregory in The following summer he spent two months at her house, Coole Park, in Galway, the first of many summers he spent there. They collected folklore together and she provided him with space to write. © Seomra Ranga Lady Gregory Coole Park, Gort, Co. Galway
Free powerpoint template: 14 W. B. Yeats About this time Yeats also became interested in poetic drama and proceeded to write many verse plays. © Seomra Ranga Plays of W.B. Yeats: The Land of Hearts Desire Deirdre At the Hawks Well The Only Jealousy of Emer Calvary The Cat and the Moon The Dreaming of the Bones
Free powerpoint template: 15 W. B. Yeats Yeats and others set up the Irish National Theatre Society to perform plays with a distinctly Irish theme. Early productions included John Millington Synges In the Shadow of the Glen and Yeats own The Shadowy Waters. © Seomra Ranga Poster for the opening of the Abbey Theatre, Dublin
Free powerpoint template: 16 W. B. Yeats This led to the establishment of the Abbey Theatre in In January 1907, the Abbey put on a new play by J.M. Synge, The Playboy of the Western World. Audiences were outraged and riots ensued. © Seomra Ranga Abbey Theatre, Dublin
Free powerpoint template: 17 W. B. Yeats In 1903, Yeats embarked on his first lecture tour of the USA. This was followed up by further tours in 1911, 1914, and These enabled him to earn substantial sums of money. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 18 W. B. Yeats Yeats was also aware of the politics of the time. He supported the workers in the 1913 Dublin Lockout. He also supported Lady Gregory and Hugh Lane in their efforts to establish a modern art gallery in Dublin. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 19 W. B. Yeats Ezra Pound, a young American poet, introduced Yeats to the stylised Japanese Noh drama which immediately influenced his writings. He used this form of drama in At the Hawks Well, first performed in London in © Seomra Ranga The Cat and the Moon, Sligo Drama Circle, 1984
Free powerpoint template: 20 W. B. Yeats The Easter Rising of 1916 took Yeats by surprise. Having previously bemoaned the fact that: Romantic Irelands dead and gone, Its with OLeary in the grave (from September 1913), Yeats was shocked at the execution of the leaders of the Rising. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 21 W. B. Yeats What is it but nightfall? No, no, not night but death; Was it needless death after all? For England may keep faith For all that is done and said. We know their dream; enough To know they dreamed and are dead; - from Easter 1916 © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 22 W. B. Yeats In 1912, Yeats had met Georgie Hyde- Lees. He called her George and they were married on October 20 th, 1917, Yeats aged 52. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 23 W. B. Yeats Shortly after the marriage, George attempted automatic writing. Yeats was so excited by this that he pledged the remainder of his life to explaining and piecing together those scattered sentences. Georges automatic writing formed the basis of A Vision first published in © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 24 W. B. Yeats Yeats bought Thoor Ballylee, a ruined Norman tower house in Gort, Co. Galway for £35. He and George renovated it and spent many summers there. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 25 W. B. Yeats William and Georges daughter, Anne was born in 1919, followed by a son, Michael, two years later. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 26 W. B. Yeats W. B. Yeats was appointed to the Senate, the Upper House, of the newly formed Irish Free State in © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 27 W. B. Yeats As the War of Independence raged in Ireland, Yeats, now living in Oxford, denounced the British policy in Ireland. In March 1922 Yeats moved from Oxford to 82 Merrion Square, Dublin. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 28 W. B. Yeats In 1923, Yeats travelled to Stockholm, Sweden, to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 29 W. B. Yeats Yeats took an interest in education, and went on a tour of primary schools which led to him writing the poem Among Schoolchildren, in which he depicts himself as a sixty year old smiling public man. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 30 W. B. Yeats Yeats last play, Purgatory, was produced in the Abbey Theatre on August 10 th, 1938, a few months before his death. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 31 W. B. Yeats During the 1930s Yeats was troubled more and more by ill health and underwent several operations. He died on January 28 th, 1939 in France and was buried at Roquebrune. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 32 W. B. Yeats In 1948, Yeats body was returned to Ireland and reinterred in Drumcliff Churchyard, Sligo. © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 33 W. B. Yeats Under Bare Ben Bulbens head In Drumcliff Churchyard Yeats is laid. An ancestor was rector there Long years ago, a church stands near, By the road an ancient cross. No marble, no conventional phrase; On limestone quarried near the spot By his command these words are cut: Cast a cold eye On Life, on death, Horseman, pass by. - from Under Ben Bulben © Seomra Ranga 2010
Free powerpoint template: 34 W. B. Yeats The Stolen Child The Lake Isle of Innisfree Down by the Salley Gardens The Ballad of Moll Magee The Ballad of Father Gilligan The Fiddler of Dooney September 1913 Easter 1916 A Prayer for my Daughter © Seomra Ranga Read some of these Yeats Poems:
Free powerpoint template: 35 W. B. Yeats National Library Online Yeats Exhibition Sligo Yeats Society Wikipedia on Yeats © Seomra Ranga Yeats Links
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