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Dun Emer Press

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The (1902–1908), founded by Elizabeth Corbet Yeats (‘Lollie’) and Susan Mary Yeats (‘Lily’) in the hope of reviving the art of book-printing. It was later renamed the Cuala Press.

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Frank O'Connor

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(1903–66),

born in Cork; his work includes two novels, translations from the Irish, literary criticism, and dramatizations, but he is best known for his short stories. Collections...

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Jack Butler Yeats

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(1871–1957)

Painter, illustrator, novelist, and dramatist, brother of W. B. Yeats; he contributed for many years to Punch (1910–41) under the pseudonym ‘W. Bird’, and also did many...

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private presses

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Presses distinguished by aims that are aesthetic rather than commercial and by printing for the gratification of their owners rather than to order. Many such presses have been set up ...

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publishing in English

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The first printing press was established in Ireland by Humfrey Powell in 1550, who published The Book of Common Prayer (1551) in Dublin. During the 17th cent. Dublin remained the ...

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