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BALZAC, HONORE´ DE (1799–1850), French novelist and short story writer. Early in his career, Balzac wrote sensational novels in order to survive financially, then embarked upon his memorable work La Come´die humaine. Written over a twenty-year period, it comprises forty volumes of novels and short stories that re-create French society in the early nineteenth century. Among the novels are La Peau de Chagrin (1831), Louis Lambert (1832–35), Pe`re Goriot (1834– 35), Se´raphita (1834–35), About Catherine de Medici (1842–43), and Cousin Bette (1847).
G), god of love, youth, and poetry. AENGUS [also Aonghus] (Irish: Aonghus O He was reputedly very handsome, with four doves, representing kisses, always around his head. He played a golden harp, which made such sweet music that no one could hear and not be enchanted. Aengus was the foster father of Diarmuid. When Diarmuid was killed by a wild boar, Aengus took him to his palace, which overlooked the river Boyne at Brugh na Boinne. There, he brought the body back to life. Midhir, son of the Dagda, enlists Aengus’s help in making the beautiful E´ tain fall in love with him.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1992; Green, Miranda J. Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend. London: Thames & Hudson, 1992; Mac Cana, Proinsias. Celtic Mythology. Feltham, Middlesex: Newnes, 1983. BALSCADDEN COTTAGE, Kilrock Road, Howth, Dublin (county). After leaving London in 1881, John B. Yeats and his family (with the exception of Jack, 28 BALZAC, HONORE´ DE who was with his grandparents in Sligo) lived in Balscadden Cottage, from late fall 1881 to spring 1882. WBY describes the cottage as ‘‘a long thatched house’’ (A.
A William Butler Yeats encyclopedia by Yeats, William Butler; Yeats, William Butler; McCready, Sam