Ireland To-Day. Complete Run (June 1936-March 1938)
Book ID: 65587
Ireland To-Day. Social, Economic, National, Cultural. June 1936-March 1938. Bound in four volumes. Front wrappers designed by Sean O’Sullivan bound-in at rear of two of the volumes. Several pages & lower gutter to Vol. 2, No. 3-4, damp stained with degradation to paper (not affecting text) otherwise a nice bright set.
Complete Run: June-December 1936 (Vol.1 No. 1-7); January-December 1937 (Vol. 2, No. 1-6) & (No. 7-12); January-March 1938 (Vol 3, No. 1-3)
Ireland To-day was a literary magazine that ran from June 1936 to March 1938. It was edited by James L. O’Donovan and published work by many emerging and established Irish writers of the time, including Brian Coffey, Daniel Corkery, Frank O’Connor Denis Devlin, Michael McLaverty, Ewart Milne, Seán Ó Faoláin, Liam O’Flaherty, and Mervyn Wall. Aloys Fleischmann wrote articles on Irish music in the magazine. Politically liberal, Ireland To-day was one of the few Irish publications to support the Republican side during the Spanish Civil War.
This set ex libris James O’Donovan the editor of the magazine.