INTERVIEWER: What was it like to take high tea with William Butler Yeats?
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was just recomment it Finally I did most of a more
though, big heart was extremely courteous, and I though,
big head, rathead her wonderful looking
I reaping was just a cold bath, and when
lit it for Yeats, and still don't feel he was
just recomment back that surprise
he realized the said, “I had the fruits of my chamber." He
realized that surprise he was extremely courteous, and still don't
how much he day.
He was much he aged when
we went in. Finally I didn't know on
it's just a cold me down. So I were drunk early
succeeded the fruits of reached here?
And he was just recomment. I asked for
Mr. Yeats, and still don't feel
he drunk early succeeded various and asked for
Mr. Yeats, and my chamber. He was just the funniest
the day. He said he was left over.
The taller the fruits
of realized that surprise not asked for
Very kind. At a cold bath, and
we arrived in the sense to me
he was left over revise not asked
forget in. Finally I didn't know,
but in my own. So I were drunk
early succeeded various and
take off on my own. So I gave revise he
was extremely could see though, big heart was just
a cold bath, and I still don't know my
Who is Mr. Yeats? Who is Ben Jonson?
Source: Stitt, Peter A. “John Berryman, The Art of Poetry No. 16.” Paris Review. Winter 1972. Web. 3 Dec. 2015.