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In The Gates Of The North, O'Grady, Standish
1 O'Grady, Standish In The Gates Of The North
Dublin ; London The Talbot Press Ltd ; T. Fisher Unwin Ltd. 1919 Hardcover Very Good+ 12mo 7" - 7" tall 
xiii, (1), 180 pages; Former owner's name and bookplate on front endpaper, otherwise clean and secure in original brown cloth binding with gilt lettering and decorative stamping in blind, minor wear to spine ends. OCLC: 2545454 Standish James O'Grady (1846 1928) was an Irish author, journalist, and historian. O'Grady played a formative role in the Celtic Revival, publishing the tales of Irish mythology. Proud of his Gaelic heritage, he was also a champion of aristocratic virtues and at one point advocated a revitalised Irish people taking over the British Empire and renaming it the Anglo-Irish Empire.O'Grady influenced many of the Abbey Theatre set; Lady Gregory, W. B. Yeats and George William Russell all credited O'Grady for their interest in the Fenian Cycle of Gaelic tradition. 
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ULRICK THE READY, O'Grady, Standish
2 O'Grady, Standish ULRICK THE READY
Dublin ; London The Talbot Press Ltd ; T. Fisher Unwin Ltd. 1921 Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket 12mo 7" - 7" tall 
xiii, 280 pages; Clean and secure in original blue pictorial cloth binding with gilt lettering and decorative stamping in blind in very good pictorial dustjacket toned at spine with some edgewear; small bump at top edge of front board. OCLC: 15023231 Standish James O'Grady (1846 1928) was an Irish author, journalist, and historian. O'Grady played a formative role in the Celtic Revival, publishing the tales of Irish mythology. Proud of his Gaelic heritage, he was also a champion of aristocratic virtues and at one point advocated a revitalised Irish people taking over the British Empire and renaming it the Anglo-Irish Empire.O'Grady influenced many of the Abbey Theatre set; Lady Gregory, W. B. Yeats and George William Russell all credited O'Grady for their interest in the Fenian Cycle of Gaelic tradition. 
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