The midnight court. and The adventures of a luckless fellow by Brian Merriman

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Statementtranslated from the Gaelic by Percy Arland Ussher ; with a preface by W.B. Yeats ; woodcuts by Frank W. Peers.
ContributionsMac Conmara, Donough., Ussher, Arland., Yeats, W. B. 1865-1939., Peers, Frank W.
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Pagination79,[1]p. :
Number of Pages79
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The midnight court by B. Merriman was originally published under title: Cúirt an mheadhoin oidhche. The adventures of a luckless fellow is by D. MacConmara. Reprint of the ed. published by Boni and Liveright, New York.

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Cite this chapter as: O’Donnell W.H. () Introduction to The Midnight Court, from Brian Merriman and Donagh Rua Macnamara, The Midnight Court and The Adventures of a Luckless Fellow, tr.

Percy Arland Ussher ().In: The midnight court. and The adventures of a luckless fellow book W.H. (eds) Prefaces and Introductions. The Collected Edition of Cited by: 1.

The midnight court ; and, The adventures of a luckless fellow / translated from the Gaelic by Percy Arland Ussher ; with a preface by W.B. Yeats & woodcuts by Frank W. Peers. Author/Creator: Merriman, Brian. Standardized Title: Cúirt an mheán oíche.

English Publication: New York: AMS Press, Format/Description: Book 79 p. Merriman (Bryan) The Midnight Court and The Adventures of a Luckless Fellow, 8vo L.

Trans. by Percy A. Ussher, Preface by W.B. Yeats, & illus. by Frank W. Peers, cloth & d.w.; also The Midnight Court, New Translation by Cosslett O'Cuinn. folio Cork (Mercier Press) Special Lim. Edition with Illustrations by John Verling.

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Translated from the Gaelic by Percy Arland Ussher. With a Preface by W. Yeats & Woodcuts by Frank W. Peers. London: Cape, []. First edition. 79pp. 8vo. Orange cloth. Fine in near fine unclipped dustjacket. Item # Price: $Book Edition: First Edition.

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Trans. by Percy A. Ussher, Preface by W.B. Yeats, & illus. by Frank W. Peers, cloth & d.w.; also The Midnight Court, New Translation by Cosslett O’Cuinn. folio Cork (Mercier Press) Special Lim. Edition with Illustrations by John. Introduction to The Midnight Court, from Brian Merriman and Donagh Rua Macnamara, The Midnight Court and The Adventures of a Luckless Fellow, tr.

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