Octavo, original cloth. First edition. Seventeen short stories about the conflict between Irish Republicans and the British, and especially between the IRA (and its associated groups) vs. the British forces (the Royal Irish Constabulary, etc.). Gritty realism from an Irish point of view. A bright, very good copy. Pictorial front panel of the uncommon dust jacket is laid in. Scarce. (#113386). N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : DARK MOUNTAIN AND OTHER STORIES
Éditeur : The Talbot Press Limited .
Date d'édition : 1931
Description du livre The Talbot Press, Ltd., Dublin. Hardcover. État : Very Good. " David Hogan" was the pen name of Frank Gallagher (1893 - 1962), a journalist who was part of the propaganda team in the Irish War of Independence. later became Editor of The Irish Press and then Head of the Government Information Bureau, before joining the staff of the National Library of Ireland. The stories are mainly set in the south west of Ireland during the War of Independence. Red cloth cover slightly faded on spine. Previous owner's name on front free end paper. N° de réf. du libraire 001321
Description du livre Talbot Press, Dublin & Cork, 1931. Hard Cover. État : Very Good Plus. No Jacket. First Edition.. Pseudonym of Frank B. Gallagher (1893-1962), an imprisoned member of the Irish Volunteers. Stories written from a republican subject and slant! Works by Hogan are uncommon to scarce. This is a Very Good Plus to Near Fine copy of the First Edition. Black cloth binding with gilt lettering (now faded) on the spine. The corners are lightly bumped. Period gift inscription on FFEP. Dustwrapper is absent. In an archival plastic protector. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. N° de réf. du libraire 000897