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Irish Literature

Paperback. First edition - Fine - Includes newsclippings with publisher and dates noted - 13/0003 - 69pp. - Carcanet, London
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Carcanet London
Number of pages
69
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1988
SKU
KCK0001460

€ 35.00

Paperback. First edition - Fine - Poetry Book society choice.Includes newsclippings with publishers And dates noted. - Owners inscription on flyleaf - 13/0002 - 54pp. - Carcanet, London
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Carcanet London
Number of pages
54
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1994
SKU
KCK0001459

€ 35.00

Paperback. First edition - Fine - Poetry Book Society Recommendation - Signed and inscribed by the author - 13/0001 - 58pp. - Carcanet, London
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Carcanet London
Number of pages
58
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1998
SKU
KCK0001458

€ 125.00

Hardcover. Clean copy with some yellowing. Otherwise fine in dustwrapper. Dustwrapper has some wear, with tears to top of front, but remains good
Condition
Used, Good
Publisher
Published by the Stationery Office for An Chomhairle Ealeión (The Arts Council)
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1956
Edition
New Edition
SKU
KOC0025393

€ 35.00

"Commissioning organisation: Thomas Bodkin ~ 6 p. 21 cm. Good, clean and tight copy. OCLC: 54676988".
Condition
Used, Good
Publication date
1947
SKU
KHS0019544

€ 75.00

Hardcover. "8 vo, gilt titled spine, small marks to front and back boards, o/w text fine. A good tight copy".
Condition
Used, Good
Publisher
Published by the Stationery Office for An Chomhairle Ealeión (The Arts Council)
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1956
Edition
New Edition
SKU
KON0812721

€ 24.00

Hardcover. Good clean copy in original blue cloth. Minor wear to cover. Previous owner's inscription
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Browne and Nolan limited
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1942
SKU
KOC0002475

€ 17.95

Paperback. The first beguiling Quirke Dublin mystery Series: Quirke Mysteries. Num Pages: 400 pages. BIC Classification: FF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 198 x 132 x 26. Weight in Grams: 298.
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2011
Publisher
Picador
Condition
New
Edition
Main Market
SKU
9780330445320
ISBN
9780330445320

€ 13.99
€ 9.78

Paperback. Good copy with some shelf wear, some foxing and yellowing of pages
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2007
Publisher
Picador
Condition
Used, Good
SKU
KKD0011048
ISBN
9780230701342

€ 17.95

Paperback. In this gripping and deeply evocative crime novel, Benjamin Black returns us to the dark, mesmerising world of Raymond Chandler's The Long Goodbye and his singular detective Philip Marlowe; one of the most iconic detectives in crime fiction. Num Pages: 400 pages. BIC Classification: FA; FF; FFH. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 234 x 161 x 23. Weight in Grams: 402. Good clean copy with minor shelf wear
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2014
Publisher
Mantle
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KSS0006503
ISBN
9781447238041

€ 4.64

Paperback. The fourth Quirke mystery from John Banville writing as Benjamin Black: now a major TV series starring Gabriel Byrne Num Pages: 311 pages. BIC Classification: FF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 132 x 196 x 22. Weight in Grams: 282.
Edition
Main Market
Publisher
Picador
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2012
Condition
New
SKU
V9780330509152
ISBN
9780330509152

€ 11.00

Paperback. "She looked at him and smiled sadly. 'You've lived too long among the dead, Quirke', she said. He nodded. 'Yes, I suppose I have'. She was not the first one to have told him that, and she would not be the last. Num Pages: 320 pages. BIC Classification: FF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 131 x 198 x 21. Weight in Grams: 234.
Publisher
Picador
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2014
Edition
Main Market Ed.
Condition
New
SKU
9781447202196
ISBN
9781447202196

€ 11.99
€ 11.00

Paperback. In this gripping and deeply evocative crime novel, Benjamin Black returns us to the dark, mesmerising world of Raymond Chandler's The Long Goodbye and his singular detective Philip Marlowe; one of the most iconic detectives in crime fiction. Num Pages: 304 pages. BIC Classification: FFH. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 199 x 130 x 27. Weight in Grams: 224.
Publisher
Picador
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2015
Edition
Main Market Ed.
Condition
New
SKU
V9781447236702
ISBN
9781447236702

€ 10.99
€ 10.98

Paperback. Commissioned as a high profile serial by the New York Times Magazine, The Lemur is a stylish new thriller from a rising star of literary crime Num Pages: 240 pages. BIC Classification: FF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 196 x 130 x 14. Weight in Grams: 160
Edition
Main Market
Publisher
Picador
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2009
Condition
New
SKU
9780330456746
ISBN
9780330456746

€ 5.32

Hardcover. Fine in fine dust wrapper
Condition
Used, Like New
Publisher
Penguin Press
Format
Hardback
Publication date
2014
SKU
KSG0016048
ISBN
9781594203367

€ 45.00

Paperback. SUNDAY TIMES 2014 LITERARY NON-FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR! The extraordinary and exhilarating story of James Joyce's 15-year battle to publish his masterpiece, Ulysses. Num Pages: 464 pages. BIC Classification: 2AB; DSK. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 197 x 131 x 32. Weight in Grams: 430.
Publisher
Head of Zeus
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2012
Condition
New
SKU
V9781784080730
ISBN
9781784080730

€ 10.99
€ 10.67

Hardcover. 8vo. Original cloth stained. Irish Literature. George A. Birmingham is the pseudonym of James Owen Hannay. He was born on July 16, 1865, in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. Today the house where he was born is a part of the administration building of the Queen’s University of Belfast. It is located on University Road across from the university. On the wall of the house there is a memorial plate which says, “James O. Hannay, George A. Birmingham, Novelist, 1865-1950, Born in this House, July 16”. Behind the tree on the left is the house where Birmingham was born. (Belfast)A memorial plate dedicated to Birmingham (Belfast) At the time when Birmingham was born, the whole island of Ireland was under British rule and there had been a long-lasting conflict between those who claimed that Ireland should stay in Britain and those who insisted Ireland should be free from Britain. Most of the pro-British were immigrants from Britain and their descendants. They were mainly Protestants and called Unionists. On the other hand, most of the pro-Irish had their origins in Ireland. They were mainly Catholics and called Nationalists. Birmingham’s parents were of British origin. His paternal grandfather had immigrated from Scotland to Northern Ireland and married a local woman whose parents also had come from Scotland. They settled themselves in the suburbs of Bushmills, which is famous for whiskey. Birmingham’s father, Robert Hannay (1835-1894), was born there. Later he moved to live in Belfast and gave services as a Church of Ireland clergyman in St. Anne’s Church, today’s St. Anne’s Cathedral, which is located near the city center.
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Methuen & Co. Ltd; London.
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1937
Edition
First printing.
SKU
KEX0279134

€ 15.00

Hardcover. 8vo. Original cloth stained. Irish Literature. George A. Birmingham is the pseudonym of James Owen Hannay. He was born on July 16, 1865, in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. Today the house where he was born is a part of the administration building of the Queen’s University of Belfast. It is located on University Road across from the university. On the wall of the house there is a memorial plate which says, “James O. Hannay, George A. Birmingham, Novelist, 1865-1950, Born in this House, July 16”. Behind the tree on the left is the house where Birmingham was born. (Belfast)A memorial plate dedicated to Birmingham (Belfast) At the time when Birmingham was born, the whole island of Ireland was under British rule and there had been a long-lasting conflict between those who claimed that Ireland should stay in Britain and those who insisted Ireland should be free from Britain. Most of the pro-British were immigrants from Britain and their descendants. They were mainly Protestants and called Unionists. On the other hand, most of the pro-Irish had their origins in Ireland. They were mainly Catholics and called Nationalists. Birmingham’s parents were of British origin. His paternal grandfather had immigrated from Scotland to Northern Ireland and married a local woman whose parents also had come from Scotland. They settled themselves in the suburbs of Bushmills, which is famous for whiskey. Birmingham’s father, Robert Hannay (1835-1894), was born there. Later he moved to live in Belfast and gave services as a Church of Ireland clergyman in St. Anne’s Church, today’s St. Anne’s Cathedral, which is located near the city center.
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Methuen
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1946
Edition
1st ed.
SKU
KEX0279139

€ 12.00

Hardcover. 8vo. Original cloth stained. Irish Literature. George A. Birmingham is the pseudonym of James Owen Hannay. He was born on July 16, 1865, in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. Today the house where he was born is a part of the administration building of the Queen’s University of Belfast. It is located on University Road across from the university. On the wall of the house there is a memorial plate which says, “James O. Hannay, George A. Birmingham, Novelist, 1865-1950, Born in this House, July 16”. Behind the tree on the left is the house where Birmingham was born. (Belfast)A memorial plate dedicated to Birmingham (Belfast) At the time when Birmingham was born, the whole island of Ireland was under British rule and there had been a long-lasting conflict between those who claimed that Ireland should stay in Britain and those who insisted Ireland should be free from Britain. Most of the pro-British were immigrants from Britain and their descendants. They were mainly Protestants and called Unionists. On the other hand, most of the pro-Irish had their origins in Ireland. They were mainly Catholics and called Nationalists. Birmingham’s parents were of British origin. His paternal grandfather had immigrated from Scotland to Northern Ireland and married a local woman whose parents also had come from Scotland. They settled themselves in the suburbs of Bushmills, which is famous for whiskey. Birmingham’s father, Robert Hannay (1835-1894), was born there. Later he moved to live in Belfast and gave services as a Church of Ireland clergyman in St. Anne’s Church, today’s St. Anne’s Cathedral, which is located near the city center.
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Methuen
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1949
Edition
First printing.
SKU
KEX0279140

€ 12.00

Hardcover. 8vo. Original cloth stained. Irish Literature. George A. Birmingham is the pseudonym of James Owen Hannay. He was born on July 16, 1865, in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. Today the house where he was born is a part of the administration building of the Queen’s University of Belfast. It is located on University Road across from the university. On the wall of the house there is a memorial plate which says, “James O. Hannay, George A. Birmingham, Novelist, 1865-1950, Born in this House, July 16”. Behind the tree on the left is the house where Birmingham was born. (Belfast)A memorial plate dedicated to Birmingham (Belfast) At the time when Birmingham was born, the whole island of Ireland was under British rule and there had been a long-lasting conflict between those who claimed that Ireland should stay in Britain and those who insisted Ireland should be free from Britain. Most of the pro-British were immigrants from Britain and their descendants. They were mainly Protestants and called Unionists. On the other hand, most of the pro-Irish had their origins in Ireland. They were mainly Catholics and called Nationalists. Birmingham’s parents were of British origin. His paternal grandfather had immigrated from Scotland to Northern Ireland and married a local woman whose parents also had come from Scotland. They settled themselves in the suburbs of Bushmills, which is famous for whiskey. Birmingham’s father, Robert Hannay (1835-1894), was born there. Later he moved to live in Belfast and gave services as a Church of Ireland clergyman in St. Anne’s Church, today’s St. Anne’s Cathedral, which is located near the city center.
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Methuen & Co.
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1944
Edition
2nd
SKU
KEX0279124

€ 12.00