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London: Oxford, 1968. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS, THE. See AUTOBIOGRAPHIES. B BABAR [also Baber, Babur](1483–1530), founder of the Mogul empire of India. A descendant of Tamerlane, Babar succeeded to a small principality in central Asia when he was fifteen. From there, he established a kingdom in Afghanistan in 1504. He captured Delhi in 1526 and took control of northern India. Babar was an accomplished musician and writer. His autobiography is his outstanding work. He is referred to by WBY in ‘‘Upon a Dying Lady’’ (CP.
It covered his childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood up to 1900. He chose not to publish this draft, but over the next years, he revised and released the material in sections, beginning with Reveries over Childhood and Youth, published by the Cuala Press in 1915. This covered his life in Sligo, Dublin, and London, up to 1886. The second part of his autobiography, The Trembling of the Veil, which was published by T. Werner Laurie in 1922, was completed at Thoor Ballylee in 1922. It included reminiscences of his schooldays in Bedford Park, his infatuation with Maud Gonne, his contacts with W.
Trans. Edith Ehrlich and Leonard Ehrlich. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1994. ), 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.