The Effulgence Within: Permanence of Art and Thought as against the Transience of mere Animal Life

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Permanence of Art and Thought as against the Transience of mere Animal Life

The poem Sailing to Byzantium, was one of William Butler Yeats’ masterpieces he wrote in 1927. Byzantium (that is, Constantinople or Istanbul) was the capital of Eastern Roman Empire, an empire of Hellenic Christian culture which lasted from the third century A.D. to the fifteenth. An Old City of... Sign in to see full entry.

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