The Dublin book of Irish verse 1728-1909 /
edited by John Cooke.
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Dublin : London : Hodges, Figgis ; 1909.
Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press,
Slocum & Cahoon B3. Contains "Strings in the earth and air," "Bid adieu to girlish days," and "What counsel has the hooded moon," by James joyce on p. 642-643.
Insertion(s) available - letter from Donagh Mac Donagh to Irelmonger. See entry for [Miscellaneous insertions from the Iremonger Collection] in the NLI catalogue.
Physical description: vii, 803 p. ; 20 cm.
Irem 903: Valentin Iremonger Collection
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