Letter from Thomas MacGreevy to George Yeats. 9 February 1927.[p.1 recto]
at 15 Cheyne Gardens,
London, S.W. 3
9th Feb., 1927
My address will be
I go Saturday, none too soon — Hester is not speaking to me! No words just sulks ever since I said I was going.
I enclose the scenario of Pomone which may amuse you. It is not to go beyond yourselves.
How is W.B.? I hope much better. I shall be looking out for a line from you. Lunch with Mrs Reade to-day. Dinner with your mother tonight. Everybody being very nice.