Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy. 8 June [1928]

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Original Source
Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy Letter dated June 8. In MacGreevy's hand '28' George Yeats Trinity College, Dublin. Typewritten letter signed. TCD MS 8104/60

George Yeats tells MacGreevy not to be upset with Lennox Robinson for asking for a sample from his translation of White Headed Boy. She also mentions that she and W.B. Yeats have been reading his translation of some of Paul Valery's work and, with the suggestion of small revisions, enjoying it.

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Date of Electronic Text: 25 March 2006
Document ID Number: let.yeats.1928-06-08
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