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The 1916 Poets

£11.49

Product description

This soft cover book is in good condition. On the inside of the front cover is a previous owner's inscription (see photo). Faint signs of foxing can also be made out. On the inside of the back cover is a yellow square where a sticky label would appear to have been removed (see photo). There are no other internal markings or annotations. The page edges, tops and bottoms have begun to yellow with age but this does not affect the legibility of the text. Externally, the book's corners are ever so slightly bumped but other than this there is no damage to the book's exterior. A good copy of this book.

'The collected poetry of Padraic H. Pearse, Joseph M. Plunkett and Thomas MacDonagh. Edited with an introduction by Desmond Ryan. First published in 1963 and now being made available in paperback, this unique collection brings together all the poems of Pearse, Plunkett and MacDonagh which the poets themselves wished to survive. In a masterly introduction Desmond Ryan, who was acquainted with all three writers, places the poems within their literary and political context.'

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1995
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0717122948
ISBN-13:
9780717122943
Number of pages:
179
Publisher:
Gill & Macmillan Ltd

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This soft cover book is in good condition. On the inside of the front cover is a previous owner's inscription (see photo). Faint signs of foxing can also be made out. On the inside of the back cover is a yellow square where a sticky label would appear to have been removed (see photo). There are no other internal markings or annotations. The page edges, tops and bottoms have begun to yellow with age but this does not affect the legibility of the text. Externally, the book's corners are ever so slightly bumped but other than this there is no damage to the book's exterior. A good copy of this book.

'The collected poetry of Padraic H. Pearse, Joseph M. Plunkett and Thomas MacDonagh. Edited with an introduction by Desmond Ryan. First published in 1963 and now being made available in paperback, this unique collection brings together all the poems of Pearse, Plunkett and MacDonagh which the poets themselves wished to survive. In a masterly introduction Desmond Ryan, who was acquainted with all three writers, places the poems within their literary and political context.'

Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1995
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0717122948
ISBN-13:
9780717122943
Number of pages:
179
Publisher:
Gill & Macmillan Ltd

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