Celtic twilight

Celtic twilight
Celtic twilight [Celtic twilight] noun [U](sometimes ironic)
the romantic and mysterious atmosphere that many people associate with the Irish people and their literature, including their belief in fairies, ghosts, etc. The Celtic Twilight is the title of a collection of stories (1893) by W B Yeats.

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