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Irish Literature

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Irish Literature

Hardcover. 215pp. Second reprint
Publisher
Picador London
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1992
SKU
KHS1003607
ISBN
9780330323581

€ 75.00

Hardcover. 102pp. 1969 reprint of Second US Edition. Fore edges uncut, small imprint on bottom edge, otherwise fine
Publisher
Alfred a Knopf
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1968
SKU
KHS1003502

€ 75.00
€ 45.00

Paperback. Enthralled by his own exquisite portrait, Dorian Gray exchanges his soul for eternal youth and beauty. Influenced by his friend Lord Henry Wotton, he is drawn into a corrupt double life; indulging his desires in secret while remaining a gentleman in the eyes of polite society. Only his portrait bears the traces of his decadence. Num Pages: 256 pages. BIC Classification: FC. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 198 x 132 x 15. Weight in Grams: 196.
Publisher
Penguin Classics
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2010
Edition
UK ed.
SKU
V9780141192642
ISBN
9780141192642

€ 8.99
€ 8.47

Paperback. 175.pp.
Publisher
Peter Owen
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1979
Edition
First Edition
SKU
KHS1001819
ISBN
9780720605112

€ 13.99
€ 7.14

Paperback. 63pp. Some minor shelf wear. Spine sunned
Publisher
The Bodley Head
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1971
Edition
First Edition
SKU
KHS1003727
ISBN
9780370013640

€ 65.00

Paperback. Well-read paperback in good condition.Some shelf wear.
Publisher
Poolbeg Press Ltd
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1995
SKU
KRF0031248
ISBN
9781853714443

€ 10.56

Hardcover. Number 1 in the National Library's Joyce Studies series of 2004/5
Publisher
National Library of Ireland
Format
Hardback
Publication date
2005
SKU
KTJ0003650
ISBN
9780907328384

€ 8.00

Hardcover. Used hardback in good condition. With dustjacket. Some shelf wear.
Publisher
Orion Pub Co
Format
Hardback
Publication date
2002
SKU
KRF0023123
ISBN
9780752851655

€ 6.02

Hardcover. Clean copy, good to very good
Publisher
Orion Pub Co
Format
Hardback
Publication date
2002
SKU
KST0016694
ISBN
9780752851655

€ 6.02

Hardcover. "First edition, fin in d/w, illustrations by the author and foreword by Walter Allen". Keywords: "Biography, memories, memoirs, balken war, history, trinity college, peasant,"
Publisher
Michael Joseph
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1964
Edition
1st
SKU
KHS0081875

€ 15.00

Paperback. 8vo.Good clean copy
Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1994
Edition
New Ed
SKU
KEX0276933
ISBN
9780140146752

€ 5.17

Paperback.
Publisher
Irish Times Ltd
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1979
SKU
KLN0012976
ISBN
9780950341873

€ 11.68

Paperback. 8vo.Very good copy in original printed covers. First edition. Irish Poetry
Publisher
Blackstaff Press Ltd
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1981
SKU
KEX0288047
ISBN
9780856402357

€ 15.00

Hardcover. First edition, dustwrapper torn
Publisher
Victor Gollancz
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1932
Edition
First
SKU
KTK0094234

€ 40.00

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.
Publisher
Methuen & Co.
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1944
Edition
2nd
SKU
KEX0279124

€ 12.00

Hardcover. Good, clean copy in dust wrapper. DW and page edges showing some shelfwear and staining but remains in good condition
Publisher
Souvenir Press Ltd
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1993
SKU
KSG0004098
ISBN
9780285631465

€ 4.64

Paperback. Warm, captivating storytelling from the heart - treat yourself to come Cathy Kelly time with this No. 1 bestseller. Num Pages: 480 pages. BIC Classification: FA. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 196 x 128 x 30. Weight in Grams: 348. Good copy with some shelf wear
Publisher
Harper Collins Publishers
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2009
SKU
KHN0000563
ISBN
9780007240432

€ 4.64

Paperback. Warm, captivating storytelling from the heart - treat yourself to come Cathy Kelly time with this No. 1 bestseller. Num Pages: 480 pages. BIC Classification: FA. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 196 x 128 x 30. Weight in Grams: 344. Clean copy with some reader wear.
Publisher
Harper Collins Publishers
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2009
SKU
KTM0000549
ISBN
9780007240432

€ 4.64

Hardcover. 477pp. First edition. Tissue protected portrait on frontispiece from a drawing by his father J.B. Yeats. Other illus. by J B Yeats. Green olive covers, gilt lettering and dividers on spine. Dustjacket, geometrical design on front, titles by Yeats on back. Some spots on first few and last two pages. Some pages uncut. A beautiful copy. Keywords: Irish Literature - Rare Books - Jack B Yeats - Biography
Publisher
Macmillan
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1926
Edition
First Edition
SKU
KHS0014862

€ 540.00

Paperback. 59pp. Foreword by Anthony Cronin
Publisher
Arc Publications
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1997
SKU
KHS1004359
ISBN
9781900072052

€ 25.00

Hardcover. 158pp. Dust jacket is slightly browned and shelf worn
Publisher
The Mandrake Press
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1929
Edition
First Edition
SKU
KON0826729

€ 48.00

Paperback.
Publisher
Faber & Faber
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2020
SKU
9780571362684
ISBN
9780571362684

€ 16.99
€ 11.88

Paperback.
Publisher
The Mercier Press Ltd
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2020
SKU
9781781177792
ISBN
9781781177792

€ 16.99
€ 13.50

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.
Publisher
Methuen
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1949
Edition
First printing.
SKU
KEX0279140

€ 12.00

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