New York: Albert & Charles Boni, 1928. First Edition. Tully's fifth book, an unabashedly autobiographical work which attempts "to portray the entire Irish-American immigrant experience (starting with the potato famine that drove many of his people to emigrate to America in desperation) through the prism of his own colorful family" (PROUTY 5). First Printing. Octavo (19.25cm); pale green cloth, with titles stamped in hunter green on spine and front cover; dark green topstain; patterned endpapers; dustjacket; xii, 292pp. Forward lean, with light wear to extremities; Very Good+ to Near Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced $2.50), gently spine-sunned, with light wear to extremities, a few tiny nicks and small tears; Very Good+. (Inventory #: 29506)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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