Fahy, Catherine
March 2007
Interpretation Journal;Spring2007, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p22
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the Yeats Exhibition held in the memory of Irish poet William Butler Yeats, which was opened in May 2006 at the National Library of Ireland in Dublin, Ireland.


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