COOKE, John. Ed. by. The Dublin Book of Irish Verse (1728-1909). WITH 3 POEMS BY JAMES JOYCE


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Dublin: Hodges, Figgis. London: Henry Frowde, 1913. Printed on India Paper. Bound by Zaehnsdorf in full brown morocco, covers framed by a single gilt fillet, title in gilt on upper cover spine within a decorative garland of green shamrocks onlay and gilt foliage, spine divided into six panels by five raised bands, title and author in gilt direct in the second and third, year in gilt at heel; board edges and turn-ins ruled in gilt; splash marbled endpapers; red, gold and green endbands. All edges gilt. Neat inscription on front free endpaper. A fine attractive copy.

A collection of poems by many Irish poets from the 18th to 20th centuries. Contains three poems by James Joyce: ‘Strings in the Earth and Air’, ‘Bid Adieu to Girlish Days’, and ‘What Counsel Has The Hooded Moon’. These poems had previously appeared in ‘Chamber Music (1907).

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