Famous quote by William Butler Yeats

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Nor dread nor hope attend a dying animal a man awaits his end dreading and hoping all
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"Nor dread nor hope attend a dying animal; a man awaits his end dreading and hoping all"

- William Butler Yeats

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Ireland Flag This quote is written / told by William Butler Yeats between June 13, 1865 and January 28, 1939. He/she was a famous Poet from Ireland. The author also have 57 other quotes.

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