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W.B.YEATS

Synopsis

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A Dublin Portrait
Features of the poet, as reflected in the flow of Dublin conversation
Drawn from* recordings recently made by Mrs Yeats Anne Yeats Maud Gonne MacBride
Iseult Stuart , Nora MacGuinness
Miss Macnie , Frank O'Connor
Lennox Robinson , Richard Best John Eglinton . Sean MacBride
Sean O'Faolain , Austen Clarke
Brinsley Macnamara , R. M. Smyllie
Arthur Hanna. Dossy Wright Framed by Fred O'Donovan
Edited by W. R. Rodgers and produced by Maurice Brown

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Yeats
Unknown: Anne Yeats
Unknown: Maud Gonne MacBride
Unknown: Iseult Stuart
Unknown: Nora MacGuinness
Unknown: Miss MacNie
Unknown: Frank O'Connor
Unknown: Lennox Robinson
Unknown: Richard Best
Unknown: John Eglinton
Unknown: Sean MacBride
Unknown: Sean O'Faolain
Unknown: Austen Clarke
Unknown: Brinsley MacNamara
Unknown: R. M. Smyllie
Unknown: Arthur Hanna.
Unknown: Dossy Wright
Unknown: Fred O'Donovan
Edited By: W. R. Rodgers
Produced By: Maurice Brown

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