chapter  35
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W. B. Yeats to Edmund Gosse 1915

I enclose letters and statement about James Joyce of whose need I told you . . . I believe him to be a man of genius . . . He has written Dubliners a book of satiric stories of great subtlety, a little like Russian work, and Chamber Music a book of verse, a little of it very beautiful and all of it very perfect technically. . . .