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YEATS, W. B. (1865-1939). Dramatis Personae. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1935. 8°. Colophon printed in red. Original blue paper boards, buff linen spine (spine label chipped and discoloured). ONE OF 400 COPIES. Elaborate inked monogram of Ottoline Morrell, dated 1936, on flyleaf. Pencilled corrections in text. Wade 183.
YEATS, W. B. Essays 1931 to 1936. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1937. 8°. Colophon printed in red. Original blue paper boards, buff linen spine (spine label chipped and discoloured). ONE OF 300 COPIES. Wade 194. With a letter to Ottoline Morrell from Robert Gathorne-Hardy dated 'Stanford Dingley 1. 1. 38' and commenting 'I've read the Yeats book [ie The Oxford Book of Modern Verse, see Wellesley, above]. What a perverse man he is!' (2)
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