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Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy. 26 September 1923.

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Cuala Industries. 82 Merrion Square. Dublin.
September 26 1923.

Dear Mr. Mcgreevy

Please excuse typing but I have already written thirtysix letters today and should burst if I hade to push a pen. I cant even type corectly now! My only free time before next monday is tomorrow after 4 and before 7-30. If you can come in to tea and strvagueStravage, originally a Scots and Northern England term for roaming about idly but adopted by Irish writers such as James Joyce and Samuel Beckettnote somewhere afterwards.


Mrs Yeats!