Poet William Butler Yeats



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On Hearing That The Students Of Our New University Have Joined The Agitation Against Immoral Literat

WHERE, where but here have pride and Truth,
That long to give themselves for wage,
To shake their wicked sides at youth
Restraining reckless middle-age?



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