The Wild Swans At Coole. London: Macmillan, 1919. First edition. Pp ix, 114, untrimmed. Blue cloth covers with design and lettering in gilt to upper cover and spine, by Sturge Moore. Covers lightly worn and age toned, ownership inscription & erasure wear to front free endpaper, scattered browning to content pages. Coole Park was the famous country home of Lady Gregory. Yeats, O’Casey, Synge, Shaw and most of the writers of the Irish Renaissance found Coole a place of inspiration. The house and grounds were immortalized in Yates’ poem 'Coole' published by Elizabeth Yeats in 1931. Yeats lived at Coole Park for many years, and much of his poetry contains imagery inspired by his experiences there.