London: Privately Printed for Subscribers only by T. Werner Laurie, 1922. Shannon, Charles. First edition, no. 536 of... Read More about The Trembling of the Veil
New York: Privately Printed for Subscribers Only (by Cumann Sean-eolar nah Eireann), 1918. First American edition, Number 660 of 1250 copies. Read More about A Story-Teller's Holiday
London: I21 Ebury Street, S. W. I, 8 January 1930. To E. Wynne, thanking for the letter praising his works and saying that enclosing (not present) a photograph. Read More about Typed letter, signed “George Moore,” one page
Sloperton Cottage, Devizes [Wiltshire, Engand]: April 19, 1833. Moore acknowledges the receipt of Count Gurowski’s letter of the 14th, “enclosing one from Ch. Boskin, the Editor of L’Europe Littéraire. Mr. Moore feels sensibly the distinction conferred upon him by the flattering proposal which their letters convey, and ony regrets that..... Read More about Autograph Letter, signed in text, in third person (“Mr.Moore”) to “M. le Comte...
London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1824. Fourth edition. Read More about Memoirs of Captain Rock, the Celebrated Irish Chieftain, with Some Account of his Ancestors....
London: printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6, Bridge-Street, Blackfriars, by T. Gillet, Salisbury-square, 1806. First edition. VERY RARE. "Owenson's second novel, set in sixteenth-century France, began with an idealized portrait of Thomas Moore (who had performed for the Featherstones and Sydney) and was originally called The Minstrel but emerged in..... Read More about The Novice of Saint Dominick
New York: October 29, 1958. Burgess Meredith's production in 1958 marked a comeback for one of America's greatest comedians. Mostel, whose career had been stalled by his McArthur-era blacklisting, made a triumphant return to the stage as Bloom. Read More about Portrait photograph of Zero Mostel as Leopold Bloom in "Ulysses in Nightown"
Dublin: The Dolmen Press, 1961. First edition, One of 300 copies in wrappers of a total edition of 500 copies. Read More about The Last Galway Hooker
London: Faber and Faber, (1963). First edition of the author's first book. Read More about Sailing to an Island
London: The Nonesuch Press, 1926. Gooden, Stephen. One of 1250 copies, signed by the author. Signed. Signed by the author. Read More about Ulick and Soracha
New York: Simon and Schuster, . First American edition. Read More about August is a Wicked Month
London: Macmillan & Co. Ltd, 1946. First edition. INSCRIBED TO MARY HYDE. A play set on the South Coast of England, during World War II; among the characters are young Irishmen in the R.A.F. and conscientious objectors. Inscribed, and signed, by Sean O'Casey: "For Mary Hyde,/ from/ Sean O'Casey/ With..... Read More about Oak Leaves and Lavender or A Warld on Wallpaper [A Play
Dublin: Cuala Press, 1940. First edition, no. 9 of 130 copies. Read More about A Lament for Art O'Leary. Translated from the Irish … With six illustrations by Jack B. Yeats,...
Detroit: Schuman's, 1936. First edition, limited to 250 numbered copies, signed by Sean O'Faolain. Signed by Sean O'Faolain (as issued). Read More about The Born Genius. A Short Story
Mayfair, London: Grayson & Grayson. Curzon Street, . First edition, Number 80 of 105 copies of this special limited edition. Laid in envelope is a page of the typescript for Chapter 4 (page 46), with several pencil deletions and additions. Read More about Shame the Devil
New York: Crosby Gaige, 1927. First edition, limited to 1190 copies, signed by Liam O'Flaherty. Read More about The Fairy Goose and Two Other Stories and Two Other Stories
London: Jonathan Cape, 1929. Read More about The Mountain Tavern and Other Stories
London: Jonathan Cape, . First edition. Read More about Mr. Gilhooley
New York: Crosby Gaige/ London: Faber & Gwyer, 1928. First edition, limited to 600 copies signed by Liam O'Flaherty. Read More about RED BARBARA and Other Stories. The Mountain Tavern, Prey, The Oar. Illustrated by Cecil Salkeld
London: Jonathan Cape, 1923. First edition of author's first book. O'FLAHERTY'S FIRST BOOK (SIGNED AND IN DUST JACKET). Thy Neighbour's Wife' is an attempt to write a book about life in the Aran Islands from the point of view of a native..." (from the dust jacket). Liam O'Flaherty was born..... Read More about Thy Neighbour's Wife
The Irish nationalist and poet John Boyle O'Reilly was sent to the convict colony in Western Australia for his Fenian activities, only to escape aboard an American whaler, arriving in Philadelphia before ultimately moving on to Boston, where he settled. For fourteen years O'Reilly edited The Pilot, advocated for social..... Read More about Cut Autograph ("John Boyle O'Reilly"
Dublin: Maunsel & Co, 1918. First edition. Printed by George Roberts, Dublin. AUTHOR'S COPY. With author's bookplate on front pastedown. Read More about The Rosses And Other Poems
London: Grant Richards, 1902. First edition. ‘a central figure of the English Decadent Movement’. Vincent O'Sullivan (1868-1940) was born in New York City, to wealthy Irish-immigrant parents, studied at Columbia Grammar School (in New York), graduated from Oscott Roman Catholic College (in England) and briefly attended Oxford. His early books..... Read More about A Dissertation upon Second Fiddles
Dublin: Brother J. Kirkwood, Printer, 1852. Read More about The Orange Melodist. Original Orange Songs, with Occasional Verses, and an Appendix, containing...
[London]: Geoffrey Cumberlege / Oxford University Press, 1954. First edition. Read More about Irish Sagas and Folk-Tales
Dublin: Talbot Press, 1917. Read More about The Departure of Dermot