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A collection of poems from the mid-career of this renowned Irish poet, the title poem referring to the estate of his friend and mentor, Lady Gregory. The poems display Yeats' use of symbols (cat, hare, moon, etc), his attachment to the supernatural and Irish folklore, and his recourse to alter egos (Aherne and Robartes). They also exemplify his distinctive style of expression.
Once upon a time there were 2 sisters thy loved each other but one of them was so sad because she didn't had a father . But people have to realize not always you need a dad you always have your family. Thank you: