Sean O'Casey's six-part Autobiography, originally published between 1939 and 1955, is an eloquently comprehensive self-portrait of an artist's life and times, unsurpassed in literature.
As its title suggests, Rose and Crown (1952) reflects O'Casey's experience of making a new home in England where, socialist passion intact, he makes a sharp study of the General Strike of 1926.
Very good first edition, with some wear to spine and staing to bottom of boards. In a very good/near-fine dust jacket with some chipping to spine and wear to corners.
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