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Annie Bhan; MacLennan, Gordon W.
Seanchas Annie Bhan/the Lore of Annie Bhan
[Roberts Rinehart Pub]
Octavo, boards, pp. viii, 270; illustrated. The original edition, not a cheap reprint or shoddy print on demand production. Near fine in dust jacket.
$125.00                          Book Number: 14421                         Order / Enquire



BAX, Clifford.
The Rose Without A Thorn. A Play in Three Acts.
London: Samuel French, (1933). "Acting edition".
Wrappers, darkened at spine and edges with several small light stains, Canadian distributor's label on front cover, light crease, tiny chip and tiny tear to rear cover, else very good.
$19.25                          Book Number: 6710                         Order / Enquire



(BECKETT, Samuel). Bair, Deirdre
Samuel Beckett. A Biography.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1978). Second printing.
Fine in near fine, price-clipped dust jacket with a short tear to the rear panel.
$22.00                          Book Number: 2522                         Order / Enquire



BECKETT, Samuel.
Proust.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1931. First edition.
Approximately 7 1/2" x 5", pictorial boards, pp. 72. Previous owner's name neatly on front endpaper, covers and text are quite bright and fine. Dust jacket is slightly darkened at the spine, with tiny chips to the tips of the head of the spine, slight rubbing to corner tips and a thumb-nail sized chip from the top edge of the rear panel.
$500.00                          Book Number: 13276                         Order / Enquire



BECKETT, Samuel.
Come and Go. Dramaticule.
London: Calder and Boyars, 1967. First English edition, signed issue. #82 of 100 copies signed by Beckett.
20.5 cm x 13.5 cm, grey buckram with upper board blocked in gilt, pp. [ii], 10; four illustrations; Fine in publisher's original card slipcase, lacking the original plain glassine wrapper.
$2500.00                          Book Number: 20185                         Order / Enquire



BECKETT, Samuel.
The Lost Ones. Translated from the original French by the author.
London: Calder and Boyars, (1972). First English edition, in the author's translation.
20.5 cm x 13.5 cm, purple boards, pp. (63). Previous owner's embossed seal impressed into front free endpaper. crown of spine bumped, else near fine in a spine-sunned, near fine dust jacket.
$55.00                          Book Number: 20233                         Order / Enquire



BECKETT, Samuel.
Stories & Texts for Nothing.
New York: Grove Press, Inc., (1967). First American edition.
21 cm x 14 cm, black cloth, pp. 140. Previous owner's ink name neatly on front free endpaper. pencil notes on rear free endpaper, else near fine in crown of spine bumped, else near fine in a very good plus dust jacket.
$50.00                          Book Number: 20234                         Order / Enquire



(BEHAN, Brendan). O'Connor, Ulick.
Brendan.
Englewood-Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, (1971). First American edition.
Biography. Small neat inscription on endpaper, else near fine in a slightly edge-darkened, price-clipped dust jacket, with a tiny nick at the base of the spine.
$16.50                          Book Number: 6672                         Order / Enquire



BRENNAN, Maeve.
The Rose Garden. Short Stories.
Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, (2000). First edition.
Octavo, plum-coloured boards backed in dark brown, pp. (iii), 307, [4]. A postumous collection of short stories, most having originally appeared in the New Yorker in the 1950s and 1960s. Laid into this copy of the book is a letter from an editor at Counterpoint addressed to Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Updike, a frequent contributor to the New Yorker, thanking him for his interest in the book. In a previous review of Brennan's work, Updike wrote that she "is constantly alert, sharp-eyed as a sparrow for the crumbs of human event." Fine in dust jacket.
$45.00                          Book Number: 13336                         Order / Enquire



BRENNAN, Maeve.
The Rose Garden. Short Stories.
Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, (2000). First edition.
Octavo, plum-coloured boards backed in dark brown, pp. (iii), 307, [4]. A postumous collection of short stories, most having originally appeared in the New Yorker in the 1950s and 1960s. Near fine in dust jacket.
$16.50                          Book Number: 14265                         Order / Enquire



BROWN, Christy.
A Shadow on Summer.
London:Secker & Warburg, (1974). First ed.
Fine in a dust jacket with a few tiny edge tears, else near fine.
$22.00                          Book Number: 3725                         Order / Enquire



CLARKE, Austin.
The Third Kiss. A Comedy in One Act by Austin Clarke. Dolmen Editions XXIV.
(Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1976). First edition, limited to five hundred copies.
Fine in a very good dust jacket, slightly faded along the spine and with a small sticker stain on the front panel.
$55.00                          Book Number: 5663                         Order / Enquire



COHEN, Marilyn. Editor.
The Warp of Ulster's Past.
New York: St. Martin's Press, (1997).
Octavo, black boards, pp. (vi), 282; "Interdisciplinary perspectives on the Irish Linen industry, 1700-1920. Fine in a very good dust jacket, with a few tiny edge tears.
$50.00                          Book Number: 20157                         Order / Enquire



DONLEAVY, J.P.
A Singular Man.
Boston: Atlantic/ Little, Brown, (1963). First American edition.
A couple of small dark marks, rubbed spots on front free endpaper, else near fine in dust jacket.
$27.50                          Book Number: 6714                         Order / Enquire



DYE, Alison.
Memories of Snow.
(London): Sceptre, (1995). First edition.
The author's previour novel was shortlisted for the Whitbread First Novel Award. Dye is an American born author, now resident in Dublin, Ireland. Fine in dust jacket.
$16.50                          Book Number: 8355                         Order / Enquire



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