Letter from Thomas MacGreevy to George Yeats. 3 July 1926

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Letter from Thomas MacGreevy to George Yeats 3 July 1926 Thomas MacGreevy National Library of Ireland. Autograph letter signed. NLI MS 30,859

MacGreevy does not believe that being in London has helped his writing; Eliot as an editor; reflects on his own poetry since leaving Dublin; not engaged by his critical writing; extended comment on Lennox Robinson; offers to send a copy of Mrs. Dalloway and asks Yeats's opinion of Valery's Eupalinos; would like to he would try to publish a translation of Valery's essay on Leonardo; news of Catherine Carswell, Herbert Reade

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