Baile Átha Cliath: The Irish Review, 1914. Demy octavo. pp. 19. Printed blue stitched wrappers, title printed in black on upper cover. Previous owner’s signature on front blank. Slight sun-tanning to spine. A near fine copy. Rare.
Padraic Pearse was an educationalist before he became a revolutionary, and of all his projects the one closest to his heart was St. Enda’s, the school he founded in Dublin. An Clár: Crónán Mná Sléiḃe; Bean tSléiḃe ag Caoineaḋ a Mic; A Éin Ḃig; Cad Ċuige Ḋíḃ dom’ Ċiapaḋ; A Ṁic Ḃig na gCleas; A Ċinn Áluinn; Fada Liom do Teaċt; Rann do Rinneas; Do Leanḃ Ionṁúin; Níor Cruinniġeaḋ Liom-sa Ór; Mise Éire; Fornoċt do Ċonnac Ṫu.
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