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Old Series: Vols. 1-3 (all publ.). 1923/24-1925. New Series: Vols. 1-33. Dublin, 1926-1958. Reprint. Bound. $ 2,000
- Old Series: Vols. 1-3. 1923/24-1925. Per volume $ 100.-
- New Series: Vols. 1-33. 1926-1958. Per volume $ 60.-
- A review of both original and critical writing... important for its interest and preoccupation with Irish letters and, more particularly, with the Irish theater. Its long life and its position as spokesman for Irish literature give DUBLIN MAGAZINE the status of an almost 'official organ' for the thought and writing of its country, while its long critical essays and its many bibliographical summaries of Irish writing make it an important source for the study of Irish literature. But there is also more than an adequate collection of original writings in its pages. Critical essays include a series by A.J. Leventhal on modern literature and thought, and others on various subjects by Herbert E. Palmer, Louis Golding, William Butler Yeats, Sean O'Faolain and J.M. Hone (Hoffman).