Letter from Joseph McGarrity to "my dear Doctor" [Patrick McCartan] regarding the 'Playboy of the Western World' and why he opposed it,
1912 April 16.
|Main Creator:||McGarrity, Joseph, 1874-1940|
Joseph McGarrity expresses his gladness that "Windows and his man Friday ... have stepped down", and states: "it would not surprise me to see Windows prepare himself to get placed with or by Mr [John] Redmond under the so called Home Rule bill". McGarrity would like to know Bernard Shaw's and William Butler Yeat's opinion of the play. Mentions Lady Augusta Gregory's views. Also mentions that "the treaties were smashed". Mentions Joseph Roulston in relation to his land in Pomeroy, that his daughter Mary Joseph was born in March, that "the company is progressing" and that the Emmet meeting was the "greatest success in years".
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