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" The Druids took them to their mystery, And chaunted for three days. Cuchulain stirred, Stared on the horses of the sea, and heard The cars of battle and his own name cried; And fought with the invulnerable tide. "
The Tribute of Blood: Army, Honor, Race, and Nation in Brazil, 1864–1945 - Página ix
de Peter M. Beattie - 2001 - 390 páginas
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Textual and Literary Criticism

Fredson Bowers - 1966 - 200 páginas
...he with the bitter tide; And the waves flowed above him, and he died, to Cuchulain stirred, Stared on the horses of the sea, and heard The cars of battle...name cried; And fought with the invulnerable tide. We may pass from this example of other-worldliness to the point of real importance: what a literary...
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Running to Paradise: Yeats's Poetic Art

the late M. L. Rosenthal - 1997 - 384 páginas
...sea: The Druids took them to their mystery, And chaunted for three days. Cuchulain stirred, Stared on the horses of the sea, and heard The cars of battle...name cried, And fought with the invulnerable tide. Prosodically, the poem deploys internal rhyme, breaks within and between verse-units, and enjambment...
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Allegory Old and New: In Literature, the Fine Arts, Music and Theatre, and ...

M. Kronegger, Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka - 1994 - 326 páginas
...his uncontrollable grief and rage. The Druids do so, and after three days Cuchulain stirred, Stared on the horses of the sea, and heard The cars of battle...name cried; And fought with the invulnerable tide. Both kinds of symbolism operate: (1) the horses of the sea stand for grief (metaphoric because, clearly,...
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The Major Works

William Butler Yeats - 2001 - 572 páginas
...sea.' The Druids took them to their mystery, And chaunted for three days. Cuchulain stirred, Stared on the horses of the sea, and heard The cars of battle...name cried; And fought with the invulnerable tide. The Rose of the World Who dreamed that beauty passes like a dream? For these red lips, with all their...
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