AT THE RISING OF THE MOON: IRISH STORIES AND STUDIES. New York: Tait, Sons & Company, n.d. . Octavo, pp. [1-2] [i-ix] x [xi] xii [xiii-xiv]  2-240 + 8-page undated publisher's catalogue inserted at rear, illustrations by Fred Pegram and A. S. Boyd, original pictorial two part green cloth, front panel stamped in dark green and silver, spine panel stamped in silver. First U.S. edition. "Twenty tales (memories of the old days, says the author), picturing many phases of peasant life on the West coast ... Told with sympathy in simple, but literary style. Dialogue clever and full of bright snatches of Celtic humour." - Brown, Ireland in Fiction 1106. Several of the stories are supernatural and are rather nicely told. "'The Other Country'" offers a fresh (and bitter) take on the tale of a revenant. Bleiler (1978), p. 135. Not in Reginald (1979; 1992). Cloth rubbed at spine ends, some light soiling to cloth, mainly on the front cover, silver spine stamping rubbed, a very good copy. (#150827).
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