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San Francisco: One Oxford Sreet Gallery at the Academy of Art, 1997. Unpaginated, about 35p., coated paperstock with profuse fullpage color plates and minimal text, staplebound 8.5-inch-square color cardstock wraps. A very good copy. Britain meets the bay. McKeown owns the Belfast exhibitarium and frequently Sanfranciscordializes.
Dublin: The Dolmen Press, published for the Irish Georgian Society, 1963. Paperback. Unpaginated, the called-for twelve plates constituting v.I, each b&w photographically reproduced plate faced or followed by one to two pages of commentary; softbound in oblong 8x10 inch brown wraps with printed spine- and cover-labels. Mild edgewear with outer.....
London: Faber & Faber, 1974. Paperback. 48p., wraps, 5x7.5 inches, first edition bearing a half-inch sticker scar to front cover, how ittitating, otherwise very good, clean and sound. Marvellous deft stuff. Hughes contributes a flap comment: "..behind his poems we feel not the assertion of his personality, but the actuality...
Winston-Salem: Wake Forest University Press, undated, mid-1980s. Paperback. xii, 190p., softbound in 9x6 inch wraps. A very good, clean sound copy, with, tipped in on a 3x2 card, a general greeting in ink signed by author Murphy; his handwriting is as precise as his excellent poetry. poems.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1957. Hardcover. 191p., frontis, very good first edition in boards. On Casement's diaries - which, with their homosexual content, were used to deny clemency to him after the Irish uprising. Noyes was among his supporters who denied the authenticity of the diaries, but they were authenticated after...