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George William Russell
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As quoted in The Unpractised Heart (1942) by Leonard Alfred George Strong, p. 147.


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Born: April 10, 1867

Died: July 17, 1935 (aged 68)

Nationality: Irish

Occupation: Writer, author, poet, editor, critic, painter

Bio: George William Russell who wrote with the pseudonym Æ, was an Irish nationalist, writer, editor, critic, poet, and artistic painter. He was also a mystical writer, and a personage of a group of devotees of theosophy in Dublin for many years.

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