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YEATS
Yeats subscribed to Theosophy, which is shown particularly in `The Second Coming' and
`The Cold Heaven'.
One of Yeats' earliest sources of material which he used in his poems was Irish Mythology,
particularly in `The Stolen Child'.
Yeats described the Easter Uprising as an oxymoron, a `terrible beauty'.
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