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599pp. Wrps. An excellent copy.
Collected and Translated by Maung Myint Thein. With a Foreword By Maung Htin Aung. Oxford:The Asoka Society. 1970. 63pp. Eratta slip tipped in. Autographed (signed with initials) presentation copy. Softcover. An inch or so of the top wrapper mildly sun-bleached. Otherwise only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean, brigh and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
New York:The American-Scandinavian Foundation. 1967. 303pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is worn and toned at the edges and spine. Binding is only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. Translated from the Danish edition of 1962. FB021
Santa Barbara:ABC-CLIO. (1992). 425pp. With dust jacket. A fine copy.
First Edition. Amsterdan:Elsevier. 1980. 264pp. Illus. in color & blacck/white. With dust jacket. A very good copy.
Berkeley, CA:University of California Press. (1978). 219pp. With dust jacket. A very good copy.
THE BALLAD TREE. A study of British and American ballads, their folklore, verse, and music. Together with sixty traditional ballads and their tunes.
NY:The Ronald Press Company. (1950). 370pp. Hard bound. 3rd. printing. A very good to fine tight copy. S017.
New York:The Panurge Press. 1933. 281pp. Hardcover. Translated from the French by A.F.N. Binding shows some wear and fading to the spine but otherwise only mild soiling and in very good condition. Binding is slightly cocked. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for a publishers sticker (The Gargoyle Press) pasted down over The Panurge Press on the title page. Otherwise only some light age-toning to the page edges throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB002
Vineyard Haven, MA:Salt Works Press. 1981. 1st limited edition, No. 41 out of 100 Hardcover copies, signed by the translator and Illustrator on the colophon page. 61pp. Illustrated by Pia MacKenzie. Hardcover with acetate dust wrapper. Grey boards soiled along edges and sunfaded along spine strip and edges of front and rear board. Internally a very good, clean copy, free of previous owners marks or signatures. Illustrations bright.
London:Oxford University Press. 1962. xiv+131pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean condition, with a previous owners name inked to inside front board (underneath dust jacket flap), otherwise free of previous owners marks or signatures. There is an old newspaper article about the author attached to last free endpage, with resulting age-toning to opposite page. The binding is tight with hinges intact. The dust jacket is slightly soiled with a bit of edgewear, otherwise in very good condition. It is not price clipped. *"Peig Sayers was 'the Queen of Gaelic story-tellers'. She was born in the parish of Dunquin in Kerry and married into a neighbouring island, the Great Blasket, where she spent most of her life. Students and scholars of the Irish languare came from far and wide to visit her. She was, as Robin Flower wrote in The Western Island, 'a natural orator, with so keen a sense of the turn of phrase and the lifting rhythm appropriate to Irish that her words could be written down as they leave her lips, and they would have the effect of literature with no savour of the artificiality of composition'. Her Reflections are a collection of her fireside stories..."...dj
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