With The Wild Geese. With an Introduction by Stopford A. Brooke. London: Isbister & Co., 1902. Second Edition. Pp, 95. Green cloth boards, with shamrock motiff in gilt to front covers and spine. Lengthy gift inscription to front free endpaper otherwise good copy.
Inserted is a printed copy of a lecture delivered to the Woman's Social & Progressive League, Dublin on November 1944 by Seamus Fention entitled 'The Honrable Emily Lawless.' 8 pages, folded & creased light soiling to covers. Presentaion blind stamp from the author.
Emily Lawless wrote 19 books of fiction, biography, history, nature studies and poetry, many of which were widely read at the time. She is most famous today for her Wild Geese poems.