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When she undertakes war on Ulster because the Ulstermen refuse to let her have the Brown Bull of Cooley, Ailill is killed by Conall Caernach in retaliation for the death of Fergus. In WBY’s poem ‘‘The Old Age of Queen Maeve’’ (CP. 451), the dead Ailill is the person through whom the love god Aengus speaks to Maeve and asks for her help. Ailill is also the name of the brother of Eochaid, the High King of Ireland, who falls in love with E´ tain, his brother’s wife. The story is told in ‘‘The Two Kings’’ (CP.
Youngest daughter of Sergeant Richard Armstrong, a Dublin barrister and distant relative of WBY through his Corbet relations. Reputedly the first of many women to attract WBY, she met the poet for the first time in 1882, when she asked him to ride with her in her pony carriage at Howth, County Dublin. She was three years older than WBY and lived with her family at 60 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin. ’’ In January 1884, he wrote his first play, Vivien and Time, later published as Time and the Witch Vivien.
A William Butler Yeats encyclopedia by Yeats, William Butler; Yeats, William Butler; McCready, Sam