By Douglas M. MacDowell
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Representative Irish Tales published early this month. Attends the ﬁrst British performance of Ibsen’s Ghosts, given by the Independent Theatre at the Royalty Theatre. Writes his column for the Boston Pilot. Later this month Unwin agrees to publish John Sherman and Dhoya and The Works of William Blake begins to go through the press in various sections. (Wed) Visits Mathers at the Horniman Museum, Forest Hill. Receives £3 for undisclosed literary work. ‘Rose Kavanagh’ (article; LNI, 40–4), published in the Boston Pilot.
Attends an Adepts Meeting of the GD, Clipstone Street, from 3 pm. W. W. Westcott issues him with ‘Flying Roll XII’. ‘A Bundle of Poets’ (review; UP I. 276–9) published in the Speaker. At the GD with Westcott, Bullock and FF. ‘The Celtic Twilight’ (poem, later ‘Into the Twilight’; VP, 147–8) published in the National Observer. The Gaelic League founded in Dublin. (Tue) At the GD with FF and Bullock. At the GD with FF and others. ‘The Curse of the Fires and of the Shadows’ (story; Myth, 177–83) published in the National Observer, and ‘The Writings of William Blake’ (review; UP I.
MG returns to Dublin from Paris. Writes poem ‘When You are Old’ (VP, 120–1). Presents MG with a vellum notebook containing seven lyrics, which he entitles ‘The Flame of the Spirit’. She subsequently goes to London. WBY returns to London. ‘Kathleen’ (poem, later ‘The Countess Cathleen in Paradise’; VP, 124–5) published in the National Observer. November 2 (Mon) MG is initiated into the GD. 3 MG returns to Paris. 6 Ellis takes a further instalment of the Blake book to the printers. Early in this month John Sherman and Dhoya published.
Aristophanes Wasps by Douglas M. MacDowell