Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1917. Hardcover. 8vo. Very good in maroon cloth covered boards with gilt title to spine. Minor fading to gilt on spine and minor bumping to spine ends. Presentation copy from editor to publisher. Inscription to front free end page. Else is clean and bright with illustrations. Tight binding. 206 pages. Drama. DRA1/6270. Very Good.
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New York: Random House, 1937. Hardcover. Signed by 6 members of the Irish cast including Jill Stern, John L. Kearney, Lloyd Gough, and Julia Haydon. 5th printing. Near fine in blue cloth with gilt lettering. Signed area of front endpaper discolored from laid in newsclipping about the performance. Else is clean and bright. 176 pages. Drama. DRA1/6120. Near Fine.
New York: Random House, 1937. Hardcover. Very good in Very good- brown and white dust jacket with white title to front and spine panels. Fading and dampstaining to spine. Wear to dust jacket includes browning and fading to spine panel and edges of dust jacket as well as minor chipping to edges. Minor browning to end pages. Else is clean and bright with wonderful woodcuts by Ian Flemming. 176 pages. Drama. DRA509271. Very Good / Very Good.
London: William Heinemann, Ltd., 1927. Hardcover. 8vo. Brown cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Clean, tight interior. White dust jacket with red title to spine. Minor smudging to jacket. Brown protective cloth jacket over white jacket. Brown jacket has a maroon leather and gilt title label to spine. A few small scuff marks to title label. 190 pages. An attractive copy in excellent condition. LIT/080506. Fine / Very Good.
New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1921. Hardcover. 8vo. Very good in black cloth backed yellow paper covered boards with title label to front board and to spine. Minor edgewear to boards. Spine title label faded. Previous owner's name to front free end page. Minor browning to edges of pages. Else is clean and bright with illustrations and music throughout. 93 pages. Drama. DRA03/012100. Very Good.
New York: Macmillan and Co, 1949. Hardcover. 8vo. 2 volumes. Maroon cloth covered boards with gilt title to spine. Minor fading to spines and edges and one small spot of soiling to spine of volume I. Previous owner's written in pencil to front free end pages of both volumes. Else is clean and bright. Vol: 314 pages, Vol II: 354 pages. DRA/081617. Very Good.
London: Constable and Company, (1934). First Thus. Hardcover. First edition as such. Very good in very good beige dust jacket with brown title to front panel and faded title to spine. Minor chipping to edges of dust jacket and minor browning to spine panel. 274 pages. Drama. DRA1/1292. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: Samuel French & Son, No date. Circa 1859. Paperback. Very good in original yellow paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Minor edgewear to exterior inclused creasing, chipping, and a few small closed tears. Previous owner's address written in 19th-century scrawl to front wrapper and to title page. occasional markings in pencil to text. Text is bright. The play was dramatized by Smith with the express permission of Dickens. Drama. DRA8/4042. Very Good.
London and New York: Samuel French, No date, Circa late 1800s. Paperback. Very good in original pink wrappers with black title to front wrapper and to spine. French's Acting Edition Minor edgewear includes small open tear to bottom right corner of front wrapper and chipping to foot of spine. 28 pages. Drama. DRA2/3202. Very Good.
Softcover. Beltaine was a literary magazine edited by W. B. Yeats from May 1899 to April 1900. It was the first of several magazines of the Irish Literary Theatre (later to become The Abbey Theatre) in which Yeats's editorial role was of utmost importance. It was an occasional publication and focused on promoting current works of Irish playwrights. Beltaine marked Yeats's initial attempt to employ the medium of the periodical to promote and critically justify the modern dramatic literature of Ireland in a magazine . Its successors were the theatre pamphlets Samhain and The Arrow, also edited by Yeats. This copy of the initial issue has detached and torn covers and light foxing to the interior pages. Good only copy of this relatively scarce publication. 23 pages. DRAMA/042519. Good +.