Letter from George Yeats to Thomas McGreevey. 19 May 1927

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George Yeats to Thomas McGreevey 19 May 1927 George Yeats Trinity College, Dublin. Autograph letter signed TCD MS 8104/53

Yeats beings by telling Macgreevy news of Dolly's work at C & C and reporting on the London production of "The Constant Nymph," but the note ends abruptly. Enclosed is a letter from W.B. Yeats that is marked "Copy. Absolutely Confidential" and includes Yeats's summary of why MacGreevy lost the job of Director to the National Gallery to Thomas Bodkin. A poem beginning "Formal virile masculine Rimbaud" is also enclosed.

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