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A Hymn of the Dawn: Signed First Edition

£12.00

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Part biography, part fiction, this book tells of the life of an Irish poet, Padraic Fallon, his family and the people about them during a summer in the 1950s. The poet, his wife and their six sons live an independent and largely secluded life in an old house in the South East. There the poet works on his poems and radio verse plays and oversees the farm and the projects to renovate the house. His wife is the great provider and mother. The six boys create their own excitement, boating, fishing, camping and acting as unpaid labour on the house and farm.

This copy has an inscription signed and dated by the author on the half title page. The volume is in very good used condition, with a good dust jacket

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Signed First Edition
Author(s):
Fallon, Padraic
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1843510367
ISBN-13:
9781843510369
Number of pages:
387
Publisher:
Lilliput Press

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Part biography, part fiction, this book tells of the life of an Irish poet, Padraic Fallon, his family and the people about them during a summer in the 1950s. The poet, his wife and their six sons live an independent and largely secluded life in an old house in the South East. There the poet works on his poems and radio verse plays and oversees the farm and the projects to renovate the house. His wife is the great provider and mother. The six boys create their own excitement, boating, fishing, camping and acting as unpaid labour on the house and farm.

This copy has an inscription signed and dated by the author on the half title page. The volume is in very good used condition, with a good dust jacket

Added value:
Signed First Edition
Author(s):
Fallon, Padraic
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1843510367
ISBN-13:
9781843510369
Number of pages:
387
Publisher:
Lilliput Press

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