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Irish Fairy Tales by  Jeremiah Curtin - Hardcover - 1993 - from The Parnassus BookShop and

Irish Fairy Tales

by Curtin, Jeremiah

Condition: Fine/Very Good

USA: Barnes & Noble Books, 1993. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. Type: Hardback Hardcover Book in Fine Condition with a Very Good Jacket. Clean, unmarked book with tight binding in black quarter cloth with gilt titles, black boards. Jacket is clean and bright, rubbed, no edgewear. Irish mythology with the eternal cycles of birth and death; pleasure and pain; love and loss. Fairies and demons walk hand in hand with mortals and anything can happen. These tales are sometines frightening, usually insightful, always entertaining. 198 pages. 5.4 x 8.25 inches. Barnes & Noble Books, New York, 1993.


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