YEATS, W.B. Ed. by. Irish Fairy Tales. Edited with an Introduction by W. B. Yeats.


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Illustrated by Jack B. Yeats. Second impression. The Children's Library. London: T. Fisher Unwin. Printed by R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh, 1892. Post octavo. Second impression. pp. viii, [1]- 236, [1]. Buff pictorial boards. Some foxing to prelims. A very clean copy in original glassine wrapper.
Wade 216.
Half-title with designs of a snail, butterfly, witch and moon. Illustrations facing title and p.71 with a tissue guards. Typographic headings featuring Celtic interlacing designs. Edited by Yeats, with an introduction, prefatory note, appendix, and note on "Authorities on Irish Folklore." Yeats also contributed a poem, "Where My Books Go," and served as "recorder" of "A Fairy Enchantment."

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