New York: John Quinn, 1909. Very Good -. Item #10258
New York: John Quinn, 1909. Limited First U.S. Edition, one of 45 copies bound in paper and cloth of a total run of 50 copies. Octavo. 44 pp. Original cloth-backed paper covered boards with paper title label to front upper cover.
Boards worn along edges with exposure and general soiling and spotting. Binding is sound. Light spotting and toning to preliminaries. Pages otherwise unmarked.
Published just after Synge's passing, the book is described by Yeats as being "of a kind almost unknown in a time when lyricism has become abstract and impersonal."