Never-Ending Book Quiz
In "the Jesting of Arlington Stringham" by Saki, a certain Lady Isobel is described thus: "The censorious said she slept in a hammock and understood Yeats's poems, but her family denied both stories". Who is the Yeats referred to?
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Choose the correct answer:William Butler Yeats - Irish Poet Alexander Yeats, a ship wrecked in 1896 at Gurnard's Head Yeats, an Irish thoroughbred racehorse, the only horse ever to win the Ascot Gold Cup four times in succession. William Poet Yeats - Irish Butler
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