Essay heading: Irish Literature And Rebellion

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May 25, 1999

 

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However, in 1886 he met John O'Leary, an old Fenian leader. O'Leary had been a Young Irelander and fought in the insurrection of 1849. He took Yeats under his wing and introduced him to the world of fenians and fenianism. His influence on Yeats' writing is undeniable. Yeats began to write "in the way of [Sir Samuel] Ferguson and [James Clarence] Mangan" and evolve his nationalism and anti-English sentiment (O'Connor, 165)...
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His influence on Yeats' writing is undeniable. Yeats began to write "in the way of [Sir Samuel] Ferguson and [James Clarence] Mangan" and evolve his nationalism and anti-English sentiment (O'Connor, 165). Yeats, like Ferguson, saw "literature in Irish was an essential part of the education of any Irishman and tried to make it so" (O'Connor, 150)...
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