Studies from Ten Literatures, affectionately inscribed by Boyd.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927. Hardcover. Signed copy by the author of "Studies from Ten Literatures" including France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Scandinavia, Poland, Canada, Hyphenated Poets (dual citizens). Inscription reads: "For the Hon. Curtiss (alias Thomas Quinn) from the aboriginal Hibernian Ernest Boyd." Boyd was a famous Irish-american literary critic active during the period of the Irish Literary Renaissance during the early part of 20th century. Thomas Quinn Curtiss was the theatre critic for the International Herald Tribune in Paris for 50 years and a good friend of Boyd's. He was given much of Boyd's library on Boyd's death. 8vo, 317 pp, 12 pp index, green cloth with gilt titles on spine, uncut foredge. Barely rubbed on bottom of spine, inside clean, binding tight, otherwise unmarked. Fine. Item #19333

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