London: Constable and Company, 1949. First edition. "First Complete Copy / Printers' binding ... " A UNIQUE copy... Read More about Sixteen Self Sketches
Princeton: Princeton University Library, 1966. Inscribed by Ellmann to W.H. Auden. Inscribed on the first blank: "To W.H. Auden / with admiration / Richard Ellmann." Ellmann was author of the definitive biography of Wilde published in 1987 and winner of the Pulitzer prize. Read More about Wilde and the Nineties. An Essay and an Exhibition ... Edited by Charles Ryskamp
Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1840. First American edition, published the same year as the London edition. Read More about Woman and Her Master
London: Methuen & Co, (1946). First Edition. Inscribed on free endpaper: “ Paulette - Miriamne-/with affection and admiration-/indeal (?) (Macfiammoir.) 'Winterset' in Dublin-1947." Read More about All for Hecuba. An Irish Theatrical Autobigraphy
New York: Duell, Sloane & Pearce, 1940. Third printing. Inscribed. Inscribed on the flyleaf, "To Mary Walsh cordially from Oliver St. J. Gogarty."Joyce fans will particularly appreciate having an inscription from this Irish wit and schoolmate of Joyce in Dublin, the model of Joyce's unforgettable 'stately, plump, Buck Mulligan", in..... Read More about Going Native
London: Printed for the Proprietors, 1767. Second edition, corrected. Read More about Essays
London: Printed for T. Carnan and F.Newbery, junr. in St. Pauls Church Yard, 1770. Later (5th?) edition (first ed., 1765), this copy with has catchword "where'er" on p. . Read More about The Traveller: A Poem
London: John Van Voorst, 1834. Mullready, William. Beautiful Binding by an Unrecorded Binder. A superb turn of the century binding by Arthur E. Colley, a highly talented binder whose name does not appear in any of the literature on bookbinding. Read More about The Vicar of Wakefield
London: Printed for T. Carnan and F. Newbery, jun. at Number 65, 1773. Fifth edition. The Advertisement is signed "Oliver Goldsmith." Read More about The Vicar of Wakefield: a Tale
A Londres, et se trouve à Paris: Pisso et Desaint, 1767. First French edition. First French edition. ESTC describes it as "probably printed in Paris" and attributes the translation to C. G. Beraud de la Haie de Riou (Madame de Montesson) and M. Rose, or M. Charlos. Read More about Le Ministre de Wakefield, histoire supposée écrite par lui-mȇme
London: Printed for J. and F. Rivington, 1774. First edition. Read More about The Grecian History, from the Earliest State to the Death of Alexander the Great
[London]: Putnam & Company Limited [Printed in Ireland by Browne and Nolan Limted, Dublin], . First edition. Some of the subjects covered are the Abbey Theatre, Bernard Shaw, Emily Lawless, Mrs. Jack Gardner, the Cobden-Sandersons, William Butler Yeats, James Stephens, the Lane Pictures and the Tailltean Games. Read More about Lady Gregory's Journals 1916-1930. Edited by Lennox Robinson
Dublin: James Duffy 15 Wellington Quay, 1904. Reprint. Churchill's Mentor. "In 1895, Cockran, a friend of Churchill family and reputed one-time lover of Jennie Jerome Churchill, introduced her 20-year-old son, Winston Churchill, to American high society during Churchill's first trip to New York. Years later, as British prime minister, Churchill..... Read More about The Rivals
New York: 1982. A printed announcement of the Bennett Award for 1982, given to Heaney "in recognition of his distinguished achievement in the art of lyric poetry. He has gone to the roots of his language and his landscape, and recreated what seems, in its uncanny immediacy, the surge and..... Read More about The Bennett Award, 1982 / The Hudson Review is honored to announce that the Bennett Award for...
New York: Farrar, Straus Giroux, . First American edition. Read More about The Haw Lantern
Derry: Field Day Theatre Company, 1883. A Field Day Pamphlet Number 2. Read More about An Open Letter
New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, . First American trade edition. Inscribed on the ffep "Seamus Heaney to Mike November 1984." Read More about Sweeney Astray. A Version from the Irish
London: Calder and Boyars, . First edition. A fine copy of Irish writer Aidan Higgins’ first novel, the experimental Langrishe, Go Down. “The book was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction and was later adapted as a BBC television film by British playwright Harold Pinter, in association..... Read More about Langrishe, Go Down
Dublin: Wilson, Hartnell & Co, nd [ca. 1924]. First Edition. Read More about Arthur Griffith, Journalist and Statesman
Dublin: Printed and Published by the Cadenus Pres, 6 Richmond Hill. Monkstown, 1974. Number 15 of 200 copies. Read More about Letters to and from Persons of Quality. Being the Third Volume of Irish Writings in the Age of...
Dublin: Printed and Published by the Cadenus Pres, 6 Richmond Hill. Monkstown, 1972. Number 171 of 200 copies. Read More about Miscellanies in Prose. Being the First Volume of Irish Writings from the Age of Swift Selected...
Philadelphia: Crissy & Markey, 1850. Read More about The Miscellaneous Works of … with an Account of his Life and Writings. Stereotyped from the...
Dundrun: The Dun Emer Press, 1904. First edition, one of two hundred twenty copies. ‘The Dark Angel’ and other poems. Lionel Johnson (1867-1902), educated at Winchester and New College, Oxford, affiliated with the Rhymers’ Club, is also remembered as having introduced Oscar Wilde to Lord Alfred Douglas.“Yeats, who remembered Johnson..... Read More about Twenty One Poems ... Selected by William Butler Yeats
London: John Jarvis, 1786. Jarvis & Fielding piracy. Pirated Edition of Johnson's Dictionary. A "Paternaster-Row piracy" based on the revised Harrison edition of 1773. Includes an appendix of words ommitted by Johnson and a short Life of Johnson at end of vol. II. Fleeman notes a possible Irish influence in..... Read More about A Dictionary of the English Language: in Which the Words are Deduced from the Originals, and...
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, . First edition. Read More about A Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake