KAVANAGH, Patrick. Irish Mythology. A Dictionary. By Peter Kavanagh. Three volumes.
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New York: The Peter Kavanagh Hand-Press, 1958. First and only edition. Small quarto. pp. (1) ii, 50 (2) ii, 51-102, (3) ii, 103-152. All volumes of this dictionary have been hand-set in 12 point Egmont Light and printed on a hand-press. Limited to 100 numbered copies [No.37]. Pale blue papered boards, titled in black. A very good set. Of the utmost rarity. The third volume contains an essay (four pages) by Patrick Kavanagh - ‘A World of Sensibility.’ “Jack Hamill who had sufficient respect for the fairies to leave their lone bush standing hadn’t always been as wise. In his earlier years he had quarried out forts and other gentle places and his luck was none too good. Sickness and cattle losses dogged him till he grew wise in the ways of the fairies.”
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