The Post Office: A Play, 1914
1914. When this little play was performed in London, some friends of W.B. Yeats discovered much detailed allegory. The play is very perfectly constructed, and conveys to the right audience an emotion of gentleness and peace. There are two acts, and the story is that of a frail little Indian lad condemned to seclusion and inaction by ill health. He makes a new world for himself, by his imagination and insatiable curiosity, and the passersby bring the world action to him.