The Collected Work of Padraic H. Pearse. Five Volumes: Plays Poems and Stories; St. Enda and Its Founders; Songs of the Irish Rebels; Scribhini (Gaelic writings); Political Writings and Speeches. Dublin: Phoenix Publishing Co., . Sixth Edition. Uniform set in original dark green cloth, Celtic Knot design blocked in blind on upper covers, title in gilt on spines. Gilt lightly faded on some volumes, and light shelf wear, contents in fine condition throughout. Housed in custom made slipcase. 'Collected Works of Pádraic H. Pearse' was compiled and edited by his former pupil Desmond Ryan from 1917 to 1922. Despite his short life, Pearse wrote many plays, poetry, short stories in both Irish and English, and translated Irish poetry. He contributed to the 'United Irishman,' which was edited by Arthur Griffith, and also edited 'Macaiomh' at St. Enda’s (1909-1913), and An Buarr Buadh (1912).