Elizabeth Corbet Yeats
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Elizabeth Corbet Yeats born March 11th, 1868, died January 16th, 1940. by Susan Mary Yeats

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Published in [Dublin? .
Written in English


  • Yeats, Elizabeth Corbet, -- 1868-1940,
  • Cuala Press, Dublin

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Pagination[4] p.
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Open LibraryOL18979845M

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The Online Books Page. Online Books by. W. B. Yeats (Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article. Elizabeth Corbet 'Lolly' Yeats, by John Butler 1, × 2,; MB Elizabeth Yeats ().jpg × ; 20 KB Elizabeth × ; 61 KBCountry of citizenship: United Kingdom of Great Britain . Dundrum: The Dun Emer Press, First edition. Original holland backed gray paper covered boardds, label on spine, printed in red. With wonderful autograph letter signed by Elizabeth Corbet Yeats laid in to the recipient, a publisher or close associate, and mentioning Emery Walker, co-founder of the Doves Press: 63 Longready Road, Earl Court, London. Accessibility. The Digital Library strives to provide access to its collections and resources to the Villanova University community and the global community of scholars, subject to any intellectual property or other restrictions on use.

Elizabeth Corbet Yeats, known as Lolly, was born at 23 Fitzroy Road, London. Background She was the daughter of the Irish artist John Butler Yeats and sister of West. B., Jack and Susan Mary "Lily" Yeats. Get this from a library! Elizabeth Corbet Yeats, born March 11th. , died January 16th. [Lily Yeats; Cuala Press.]. The Graphic Arts department at Princeton has recently acquired a rare manuscript of poems by W.B. Yeats that was printed by the poet’s sister, Elizabeth Corbet Yeats, who founded Cuala collection is apparently “considered one of the rarest and most desirable of all the Cuala Press books (only one copy is known to have appeared at auction in the past thirty years).”. Get this from a library! A brief account of the Cuala Press, formerly the Dun Emer Press founded by Elizabeth Corbet Yeats in MCMIII.. [Liam Miller; Cuala Press.].

Elizabeth (Lolly) Yeats renamed the publishing division Cuala Press in While Lolly managed book publishing, Lily oversaw the design, embroidery of linen, and tapestry and carpet weaving. The Press was a source of tension between Lolly and WB. In letters to WB, John Butler Yeats encourages his son to be kinder to his sister. View Elizabeth Corbet Yeats’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction prices. In the Seven Woods: Being Poems Chiefly of the Irish Heroic Age is a volume of poems by W. B. Yeats, published in by Elizabeth Yeats's Dun Emer Press, the first edited by this publishing house.. Dun Emer published two editions of the book in The more expensive collection was published on Dutch and Irish paper and is bound with a vellum cover with Irish linen ties (see image). In his autobiography and letters the Irish poet W.B. Yeats gives the impression that he had one rather shadowy sister somewhere on the fringes of his life. In actuality the poet was for many years largely dependent on his tow sisters, Susan (Lily) and Elizabeth (Lolly).Cited by: 6.