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Place and Displacement: Recent Poetry of Northern Ireland.

By Heaney, Seamus

Grasmere England Trustees of Dove Cottage, 1985, First Edition. paperback. First Edition, First Printing of this Pete Laver Memorial Lecture, delivered by Heaney at the Wordsworth Trust at the Lake District in England. -- Softcover, printed wrappers with jacket. Condition: near fine (jacket edge faintly creased). ISBN 0951061615

$11.52

Loose Ends.

By Hewitt, John

Dundonald Blackstaff Press, 1983, paperback. SIGNED, inscribed by the author in red pen on title page, "for Dr Philip Murray. -- Softcover. Condition: near fine. -- John Hewitt is called "the father figure of the current generation of Northern [Irish] poets." ISBN 0856402842

$24.00

Loose Ends.

By Hewitt, John

Dundonald Blackstaff Press, 1983, paperback. Softcover. Condition: near fine. -- John Hewitt is called "the father figure of the current generation of Northern [Irish] poets." ISBN 0856402842

$14.40

Preoccupations: Selected Prose 1968-1978.

By Heaney, Seamus

New York Farrar Straus Giroux, 1980, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing in U.S. **This copy has an extra publisher's dust jacket made without printing on the flaps, with a custom clear protector, and no ISBN on the copyright page** Hardcover. Condition: fine with fine dust jackets. Heaney was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1995.

$216.00

Sweeney Astray, A Version from the Irish.

By Heaney, Seamus

New York Farrar Straus Giroux, 1984, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing in U.S. -- Heaney's translation of the medieval Irish work Buile Suibhne. -- Hardcover, 85 pages. Condition: near fine with near fine dust jacket. ISBN 0374272212

$19.20

Poems of Speranza (Lady Wilde).

By Wilde, Lady Jane Francesca Elgee; Speranza

Dublin M. H. Gill & Son, 1907, hardcover. New edition (the original was published 1864; Lady Wilde died 1896). -- Nice hardcover, dark green cloth with blind-stamped Irish harp and art nouveau pattern, bright gilt spine lettering. Condition: near fine (the edges are foxed). -- Lady Wilde wrote political essays championing the Young Irelanders and also poetry under this pseudonym. Her pamphlets influenced her son Oscar, whom she apparently insisted on standing trial rather than fleeing to the Continent [Oxford Companion to Irish Literature] -- SCARCE

$120.00

Guru i gCluidini.

By O Searcaigh, Cathal

Indreabhan Conamara Ireland Clo Iar-Chonnachta, 2006, First Edition. paperback. First Edition, First Printing. Poetry, text in IRISH. Softcover. Condition: fine. -- Cathal O Searcaigh is prize-winning Irish poet. [Reference: The Leonard L. Milberg Collection of Irish Poetry, at Princeton University] ISBN 1905560125

$21.12

April Bright & Blinded by the Light; Two Plays.

By Bolger, Dermot

Dublin New Island Books, 1997, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. -- SIGNED by the author on title page. -- Softcover. Condition: near fine (surface scratch to cover). ISBN 1874597596

$43.20

Object Lessons: The Life of the Woman and the Poet in Our Time.

By Boland, Eavan

Manchester England Carcanet, 2006, paperback. Paperback reprint edition. -- Prose narrative of her own lived experience by this Irish poet with a "critical imagination." -- Softcover. Condition: near fine. ISBN 1857548825

$21.12

Office of the Salt Merchant.

By Clifton, Harry

Dublin Gallery Books, 1979, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. Poetry. SIGNED on title-page by the author. -- Hardcover. Condition: near fine, with near fine dust jacket (publisher's over-label on front-flap; spine with light edgewear and sun). ISBN

$43.20

The Dolmen Press: A Celebration.

By Harmon, Maurice

Dublin Lilliput Press, 2001, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing of this collection of essays, edited by Maurice Harmon. Included are an obituary of Dolmen Press founder Liam Miller, plus two interviews with him, encounters with Beckett and Borges, and six illustrations. -- Hardcover. Condition: near fine, with near fine dust jacket. ISBN 1901866750

$19.20

The First Ten Years: Dublin Arts Festival Poetry.

By Fallon, Peter; Dennis O'Driscoll

Dublin Dublin Arts Festival, 1979, paperback. Some of the poets: Eavan Boland, Seamus Heaney, Michael Longley, Richard Murphy, many more. There are photo portraits of some poets. -- Softcover. Condition: very good minus (internally nice, but spine lettering is scuffed, front cover soil).

$14.40

The Chosen Moment.
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The Chosen Moment.

By Bolger, Dermot

Dublin New Island Books, 2004, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. -- Poetry. SIGNED by the author on title page. -- Softcover. Condition: near fine. ISBN 1904301541

$43.20

The Lost Explorer.

By Carson, Ciaran

Belfast Ulsterman Publications, 1978, First Edition. paperback. First Edition, First Printing. -- SIGNED by the author. Early poetry by this Irishman (whose work is in the Milberg Collection at Princeton University). -- Softcover, 16 pages. Condition: very good (cover corner crease).

$19.20

Lost Plays of the Irish Renaissance.

By Hogan, Robert

Delaware Proscenium Press, 1970, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. -- Edited by Proscenium Press founder Robert Hogan who has SIGNED with an Irish note. Playwrights are: P.T. McGinley, Fred Ryan, James H. Cousins, Lady Gregory, Padraic Colum, Maud Gonne MacBride. -- Hardcover. Condition: near fine, with very good, price-clipped dust jacket (spine lightly tanned).

$24.00

The Inherited Boundaries; Younger Poets of the Republic of Ireland.

By Barry, Sebastian

Mountrath Ireland Dolmen Press, 1986, First Edition. paperback. First Edition, First Printing (paperback original). Edited, introduced and contribution by Sebastian Barry. Other poets are: Thomas McCarthy, Aidan Carl Mathews, Harry Clifton, Dermot Bolger, Michael O'Loughlin, Matthew Sweeney. -- Softcover. Condition: near fine. ISBN 0851054390

$24.00

Belfast Confetti.

By Carson, Ciaran

Oldcastle Ireland Gallery Press, 1989, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. -- SIGNED by the author, "For [fellow poet] Philip Murray, to read in the loo [etc.]" -- Hardcover. Condition: fine, with fine dust jacket. ISBN 1852351675

$43.20

The Selected John Hewitt.

By Hewitt, John

Belfast Blackstaff Press, 1981, paperback. Later printing 1991. Introduction by Alan Warner. -- Softcover. Condition: very good minus (page margins tanned; corner bump). -- John Hewitt is called "the father figure of the current generation of Northern [Irish] poets." ISBN 0856402443

$11.52

Contexts for Frank McGuinness's Drama.
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Contexts for Frank McGuinness's Drama.

By Lojek, Helen Heusner

Washington DC Catholic University of America Press, 2004, hardcover. This study uses primary materials at University College Dublin library. "Frank McGuinness has been his generation's most prolific and significant playwright." -- Hardcover. Condition: fine, with fine dust jacket. ISBN 0813213568

$72.00

Retrospect: The Work of Seumas O'Sullivan 1879-1958 & Estella F. Solomons 1882-1968.

By O'Sullivan, Seumas; Estella F. Solomons; Liam Miller

Dublin Dolmen Editions, 1973, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, 750 copies. -- O'Sullivan founded the Dublin Magazine and was influential in the Irish Cultural Revival, as was artist Solomons. Here are selections from their works, as well as commentary. Edited by Liam Miller. -- Hardcover. Condition: very good (edges foxed; bookplate) with very good dust jacket (short tear). ISBN 0851052479

$43.20

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