New York: Grove Press, 1956. First American edition, number 431 of 500 hardcover copies. Inscribed. Inscribed on the... Read More about Malone Dies
Paris: Les éditions de minuit, . First edition, number 58 of 150 copies. Inscribed. Inscribed on the title page, "for William Targ & Roslyn very cordially Sam. Beckett". William Targ (1907-1999), was an editor and then head of Putnam's before founding his own imprint, Targ Editions; he was also a...... Read More about pas moi
[Paris]: Les éditions de minuit, . First edition, number 109 of 550 copies (of 742 total). Inscribed. Inscribed on the title page, "for William & Roslyn Targ from Samuel Beckett". William Targ (1907-1999), was an editor and then head of Putnam's before founding his own imprint, Targ Editions; he was..... Read More about sans
Paris: Les Éditions de Minuit, . FIRST EDITION. Read More about Têtes-Mortes
New York: Grove Press Inc, . First American edition, number 3 of 100 specially bound copies. Inscribed. Inscribed on the title page, "for William & Roslyn Targ with all warm wishes Samuel Beckett". The final novel in the trilogy which also includes Molloy and Malone Dies, first published in French..... Read More about The Unnamable
New York: . Inscribed by Beckett. Inscribed, "to Bill Targ with all good wishes Sam Beckett". William Targ (1907-1999) was an editor and then head of Putnam's before founding his own imprint, Targ Editions; he was also a noted bibliophile and Beckett collector. His wife Roslyn Targ (1925-2017) was Beckett's..... Read More about The Harold Clurman Theatre and Lucille Lortel ... Present the World Premiere of Samuel Beckett's...
Dublin: Printed for George Mullens, Temple-Bar, 1815. Large Paper Copy. "The present very limited impression of Lord Castlehaven's Memoirs-is taken from the edition of 1684." Large Paper in Signed Mullen Binding. Read More about The Earl of Castlehaven's Review; Or, His Memoirs of His Engagement and Carriage in the Irish...
Dublin: Dolmen Press. Distributed in the United States by Humanities Press, 1975. First edition Number 291 of 350 copies signed by translators Anthony Kerrigan & Diarmaid O Suilleabhain and illustrator Bernard Childs; REVIEW COPY, with slip affixed to flyleaf. Includes “Theme of Traitor and Hero” and “The Form of the..... Read More about Irish Strategies. Two stories ... adapted into English by Anthony Kerrigan and into Irish by...
London: Foulis for E. and C. Dilly, 1768. First edition, with cancels at E2 & Z3. First edition in contemporary binding of Boswell's first major work — an account of his trip to Corsica and his meeting with General Pasquale Paoli, leader of the Corsican independence movement. "With its reports..... Read More about An Account of Corsica, The Journal of a Tour to that Island and memoirs of Pascal Paoli
[London]: Macgibbon & Kee [9 Grape Street WC2], . First edition. Read More about At Night all Cats are Gray and other stories
New York & London: Published by John Lane, Sign of the Bodley Head, (August, 1897). First edition. Printed for John Lane by Will Bradley, Springfield, Mass. Read More about The Earth Breath and Other Poems by A.E
St. Brieuc, Bretagne: August 1, 1926. Byrne on Ireland. Eventually published posthumously by Sampson Low Marston in 1929, as IRELAND, THE ROCK WHENCE I WAS HEWN (the manuscript itself does not include "Ireland" in the title) it is one of the most important and personal works by the Irish-American Byrne..... Read More about Autograph Manuscript Signed ("Donn Byrne") of his essay:[IRELAND], THE ROCK WHENCE I...
Published New York: Harper's, 1920; ms dated at end of "New York, June 18, 1920." Donn Byrne Manuscript. Second novel by the Irish-American Byrne, who died tragically in 1928. Byrne, although born in Brooklyn of Irish parents, grew up in Ireland and identified himself strongly with his mother country, even..... Read More about Autograph Manuscript Signed ("Donn Byrne") of his second novel, THE FOOLISH MATRONS
Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 126 Chesnut Street. Burgess, Stringer & Co.-New York, 1845. Read More about Phil Purcel, and Other Stories of Ireland
Dublin: Maunsel and Co, 1917. First edition of the author's first book. Hugh Martin's copy and signed by him on the ffep. Read More about The Vengeance of Fionn
July 23, 1959. Irish writer. Read More about Portait of Padraic Colum
London: R. Lahr, 68 Red Lion Street, (1930). First edition. Blue Moon Booklets No. 1. Printed by D. White. Read More about Joesph Conrad. An Appreciation
Cincinnati: U.P. James, 1842. Later (third?) American edition (first published in 1828 in London and New York). Frequently reprinted novel by this Irish-born cleric (1780-1860). "An impressive example of Gothic romance, on the old theme of the Wandering Jew, embellished with oriental scenery and oriental grandiloquence." (Baker). Read More about Salathiel. A Story of the Past, The Present, and the Future
Churchtown & Dublin: Dun Emer and Cuala Press, 1908-1915. One of 300 copies. The beautiful periodical of verse and images produced by the Cuala Press, each number with three illustrations by Jack B. Yeats, who also contributed many of the poems under pseudonyms R.E. McGowan and W.T. MacGowan. The present..... Read More about A Broadside. Published Monthly … [Cuala Press Broadsides. First Series
Dublin, Ireland: The Cuala Press, 1931. First edition, one of 450 copies. With an ALS from Elizabeth Yeats. With an Autograph Letter, signed (“E. Yeats”), by Elizabeth Yeats to civil rights activist and lawyer Arthur B. Spingarn. 2 pp. pen and ink on Cuala Industries stationery, original envelope. Dublin: 19..... Read More about Stories of Michael Robartes and His Friends: An Extract from a Record Made by His Pupils: And a...
New York: De Witt & Davenport, Publisher, 1855. First edition. Read More about Irish Protestant Letters. etc., etc...also, An Address on Ireland the Cradle of Europeon...
London: Printed for R. Hunter ... and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-row, 1817. First edition. Read More about Harrington, a Tale; and Ormond, a Tale. In Three Volumes
London: Bentley, 1834. First edititon. Read More about Helen, a Tale ... in Three Volumes
Paris: Henri Nicolle ... [and] Renard, 1813. First (?) French edition. French edition of one of Miss Edgeworth's "Tales of Fashionable Life," first published in London in 1809. Loeber lists two Paris 1813 editions of Dubuc's translation, priority is unknown. Read More about Vivian: Scenes de la Vie du Grand Monde ... [translated by Pierre Louis Dubuc
London: J. Johnson, 1802. First edition. Read More about Essay on Irish Bulls
Philadelphia: Printed by William Duane, No. 106, Market Street, 1803. First American edition. Read More about Essay on Irish Bulls