Letter from Thomas MacGreevy to George Yeats. 14 April 1926

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Letter from Thomas MacGreevy to George Yeats 14 April 1926 Thomas MacGreevy National Library of Ireland. Autograph letter signed. NLI MS 30,859

MacGreevy asks after the health of Michael and Anne Yeats; mentions he has sent a poem to Russell for whom he has little regard, especially in his actions with Susan; mentions Jack Yeat's success on the London at scene and a recent article by T.S. Eliot; encloses Valery's Eupalinos.

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19 November 2007

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