Jack B. Yeats: a centenary gathering
Dolmen Press; [distributed by Humanities Press, New York, 1971 - Art - 114 pages
Issued to commemorate the centenary of his birth, this includes writings by Samuel Beckett, Martha Caldwell, Brian O'Doherty, Ernie O'Malley, Shotaro Oshima, Marilyn Gaddis Rose, and Terence de Vere White. It is a tribute to the profound love of life which Jack B. Yeats expressed in his work, and includes memories of the man and assessments of his work.
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Introduction by Roger McHugh page
The Personality of Jack B Yeats
An Interview with Jack Butler Yeats
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