The Cuala Press

The press ran 1903-1946, with a later revival in the 1960s led by the Yeats family and Thomas Kinsella. The Yeats sisters ran it, and it was heavily subsidised by Yeats, who also provided 33 of the total 77 texts.

The Post Office: A Play by Rabindranath Tagore, translated by Devabrata Mukerjea. With a Preface by W.B.Yeats.

Item Description: Dundrum: Elizabeth C. Yeats at The Cuala Press:, First edition, 1914. 8vo, [vi], 38pp, text printed in black and red, orig. cloth backed boards, upper cover lettered in black (bound by Galwey & Co., Dublin), slightly rubbed on extreme corner tips with a few spots of wear to spine. A VG clean copy. Limited edition, No. 239 of 400 copies.

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