Oxford: At the Clarendon Press. . Second impression. Octavo, original cloth.173 pp. Very good clean copy in a very good dust wrapper, slightly frayed at edges. A collection of essays on medieval Irish Literature.
Ireland and Irish Literature
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Oxford: At the Clarendon Press. . Second impression. Octavo, original cloth, map endpapers (of The Great Blasket Island and Dingle Bay). 141 pp. Light fading to cloth, irregular closed tear and some mild fraying to dust wrapper; a very good clean copy in wrapper. A classic work.
New York: The Macmillan Company. 1922. First illustrated edition. Octavo, original green cloth titled and blocked pictorialy in gold, black, and white on spine and front panel, decorative endpapers. 298 pp., illustrated throughout. A few minor marks to the cloth, a near fine copy. ¶ A lovely edition of this fantasy classic.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd. . 1st edition. Octavo, original black cloth. Frontispiece portrait of Yeat, plus reproductions of Sturge Moore's designs for the covers of Reveries, Responsibilities, Per Amica Silentia Luna, The Wild Swans at Coole, The Tower, & The Winding Stair, as well as his designs for...
Detroit: Wayne State University Press. 1969. 1st printing of this new edition. This book was originally issued pseudonomously in 1891. Octavo, original green cloth titled in gilt on spine pane. A fine copy in dust wrapper, price corner clipped.
New York: The MacMillan Company. 1940. 1st American edition. Octavo, original green cloth titled in gilt on spine panel. A collection of memoirs of Yeats, contributors include Stephen Gwynn, Maud Gonne, Sir William Rothenstein, Lennox Robinson, W.G. Fay, Edmund Dulac, F.R. Higgins, C.Day Lewis and L.A.G. Strong. A fine copy.....
Dublin: The Dolmen Press. 1962. 1st edition, August, 1962. Thin octavo, original pictorial boards in dust wrapper. 47 pages, indexes, map endpapers. A fine copy in dust wrapper with the price corner clipped from the front flap.
Dublin: The Dolmen Press, 1965. First Edition, First Printing. Original Wraps. Octavo, original pictorial wrappers. 31 pp., Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Mild browning to the covers, a very good, clean copy. ¶ Gives the history of the Tower at Ballylee which W.B. Yeats converted as his home. The illustrations...