Lily Yeats

Standard Name: Yeats, Lily


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Family and Intimate relationships W. B. Yeats
His sisters Elizabeth and Susan Mary (known as Lily) set up the Dun Emer Press (which later became the Cuala Press) in early 1903.
Publishing Augusta Gregory
AG published A Book of Saints and Wonders with the Dun Emer Press at Dundrum, run by Elizabeth and Lily (or Susan Mary) Yeats .
Smythe, Colin et al., editors. “Chronology”. Lady Gregory, Fifty Years After, Colin Smythe, pp. 1-12.
Publishing John Millington Synge
It was published on 5 July that year by Elizabeth and Lily Yeats of the Cuala Press in an edition of 250 copies, printed in black and red.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Textual Production John Millington Synge
Apart from his plays and his folklore work, JMS wrote and published, early in his short career, a handful of poems, essays, and book reviews. He left translations from Villon and Petrarch , and an...
Textual Production Katharine Tynan
Yeats selected his favourites among Tynan's poems for printing by the Dun Emer Press set up by his sisters Elizabeth and Lily , as Twenty One Poems by Katharine Tynan.
Tynan, Katharine. Twenty One Poems. Editor Yeats, W. B., Dun Emer Press.
title-page, 33
Textual Production W. B. Yeats
WBY 's poetry volume entitled In the Seven Woods was published by Dun Emer Press (later called the Cuala Press ), which was established by his sisters, Elizabeth and Lily Yeats .
Wade, Allan, and Russell K. Alspach. A Bibliography of the Writings of W.B. Yeats. Hart-Davis.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.


By earlier 1903: Elizabeth and Lily (or Susan Mary) Yeats...

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By earlier 1903

Elizabeth and Lily (or Susan Mary) Yeats established the Dun Emer Press in association with Evelyn Gleeson , manager of Dun Emer Industries in Dundrum, near Dublin.
Some sources suggest that the press...

1908: The Cuala Press of Dublin published its first...

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The Cuala Press of Dublin published its first two titles; it was the successor to the Dun Emer Press , founded by Elizabeth and Lily Yeats , sisters of the poet .


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