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Yeats referred to Deirdre's beautiful lament over the bodies of the children of Usna which had been finely translated by Sir Samuel Ferguson in his Deirdre (P (1895)). Cathbad cursed Conchobar and Emania, and this curse was worked out in the legend of the Tain Bo Cualgne. Deirdre, in one version of the legend, stabbed herself; in another was forced to live a year with Concho bar, who intended to hand her on to Owen (who killed Naoise, her husband), but killed herself by leaping from a chariot in which both men were travelling with her.
I meant to interest young men and women in the worship which would unite the radical truths of Christianity with those of a more ancient world, and to use the Castle Rock for these occasional retirements from the world. For years to come I was in my thoughts as in much of my writing to seek alone to bring again imaginative life in the old sacred places. Stieve Knocknarea all that old reverence that hung above all conspicuous hills. But I wished by writing and thought of the school I founded ...
1886). It was then entitled 'Miserrimus'. This was also the title of a Godwinian tale of a fiend, dedicated to Godwin by E. M. Reynolds and published in 1832. 9 x8 a shell: cf. 'The Song of the Happy Shepherd' (CP 7). See note (p. 5) on line 36 of that poem. 26 sad dweller: the shell THE CLOAK, THE BOAT, AND THE SHOES The original title was 'Voices' in DUR (March 1885). The poem was untitled in the play The Island of Statues, where it opens Act II, scene iii, and untitled also in WO. Yeats described The Island of Statues as 'an Arcadian play in imitation of Edmund Spenser' ; he read it aloud 'to a gathering of critics who were to decide whether it was worthy of publication in the College magazine' (A 92).
A Commentary on the Collected Poems of W. B. Yeats by A. Norman Jeffares