Irish Literature And Rebellion

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He toured Ireland and established the National Literary Society. His greatest ambition was to unite Catholic Ireland and Protestant Ireland through national literature. He loved Ireland and the Irish and wanted them to be one. Yeats never gave up his belief of uniting Ireland through language or on Ireland...
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He loved Ireland and the Irish and wanted them to be one. Yeats never gave up his belief of uniting Ireland through language or on Ireland. However, he was troubled at the thought that his pen could be the cause of war. Although he was politically active, his focus was more on the cultural and literary realms than on a violent rebellion "At the end of his life he was still wondering if his early writing had helped to seed the rising, to ?send out / Certain men the English shot' ("The Man and the Echo, lines 11-12")" (DLB 19, 420)...
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