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STORIES OF RED HANRAHAN
Dundrum: The Dun Emer Press, 1904. Linen-backed boards, paper labels on spine and upper board. Fore corners bumped, spine and label a bit darkened, otherwise a very good copy. First edition. One of five hundred copies printed. Inscribed two days prior to publication: "Miss Horniman from her friend WB Yeats May 13, 1905." Horniman, the daughter of a wealthy tea merchant, joined the Order of the Golden Dawn in January 1890, the context in which she first met Yeats. In later years, Horniman was the primary patron of the Abbey Theatre and served, for a time, as Yeats's amanuensis. For a substantial account of her connection with Yeats, see pp. 709-713 of LETTERS III. WADE 59. MILLER 4.
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